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Fort Worth Has The Most Beautiful Water Garden You Can Visit

You'll have a splashing good time.
Fort Worth Has The Most Beautiful Water Garden You Can Visit

Fort Worth is a beautiful city with tons of great views and amazing things to do. There are tons of fun, hidden gems around the city, with one of them being the stunning Fort Worth Water Garden located right across the street from the Fort Worth Convention Center. If you haven't seen it yet, you definitely need to right away.

The refreshing water garden lets you walk into the middle of the flowing fountains where you can breathe in the fresh air and take some of the most Instagrammable pictures. The garden has three pools that all have different water features, and all are sure to wow anyone who visits.

The garden has walkways that allow you to be completely surrounded by massive waterfalls that lead into a huge pool at the bottom of the steps. To enter the unique place is totally free but we can't guarantee the falls will be running when you stop by, since they don't run 24/7. When it is running through, the water garden is a great place to refresh as the massive walls create the perfect amount of shade and the splashing water makes it a great way to cool off.

The urban oasis was designed by Phillip Johnson as an attraction for the city that could be enjoyed year round. It's the perfect escape without even leaving the city because just walking into this beautiful spot will make you feel like you're in another world. At night, the gardens light up beautifully, sometimes in regular white lights and other times with gorgeous colored lights, making it one of the more beautiful places to capture in the city. 

The Fort Worth Water Garden is located at 1502 Commerce Street. For more information on the garden and their upcoming events, you can visit their website here.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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