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The Fort Worth Water Gardens is a beautiful and refreshing oasis. Designed by Phillip Johnson, the Fort Worth Water Gardens is an architectural and engineering marvel to be enjoyed any time of the year. Visitors can experience a variety of water...more
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You owe it to yourself to see the Water Gardens in Fort Worth !! The genius design of these water gardens will blow you away. The engineering of the model takes millions of gallons of water and recirculates it through concrete structures and then back...More
My husband and I were staying at the Omni Hotel across the street and walked over to see what the water gardens were all about. We enjoyed strolling through the gardens but I was disappointed that the lower pools were not accessible to anyone in...More
This is where the exit scene from Logan' Run was filmed om the water gardens.
They are still impressive, but the fountain pictured here as designed to intimidate you with the power of water...sadly it has been tamed and calmed quite a bit. It a...More
I am glad we came across this and visited on a quiet day. I wouldn't want to be here if it was busy (which I've read can happen in the warm summer months) because it would be a bit scary going up and down the...More
Designed by renowned architect Phillip Johnson, this water garden allows the visitor to walk on raised steps among the various flows of water. It is a very relaxing visit to be among the sounds of flowing water in the midst of the city of Fort...More
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This place is awesome for kids unless they have any issues with vertigo. The final pool might be a little scary as there are no handrails. Phillip Johnson was the brilliant architect. It's a real oasis in the middle of the... More
This place is awesome for kids unless they have any issues with vertigo. The final pool might be a little scary as there are no handrails. Phillip Johnson was the brilliant architect. It's a real oasis in the middle of the city; there is even a small hidden area for almost-private sunbathing on the grass.