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Houston from Above and Below: Chase Tower and Underground Tunnel Tour
"Kick off your Houston tour at Georgia’s Market where you’ll learn about the epic Downtown Houston Tunnel System which gives downtown workers an escape from the heat. Take a walk down Main Street to the Chase Bank Building where you’ll admire frescoes and a stained-glass window depicting Texas’ history amid the elegant Art-Deco interior. Then descend 20 feet (6 meters) below the streets into the underground tunnel system. Walk through the air-conditioned tunnel to the Chase Tower Texas’ tallest building. Head inside the massive tower and ride the elevator up to the 60th-floor sky lobby where you’ll take in sweeping views of the city skyline. Return to the lobby and pause for a photo in front of Spanish painter Joan Miro’s brightly colored ‘Personage and Birds’ sculpture.Following your guide
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Old Town Houston Historic Pub Tour
"In the evening meet your guide at The Cellar inside Georgia's Market a hip cafe reading room marketplace and wine bar in downtown Houston. You'll then embark on your walking tour of Old Town Houston stopping at some pubs along the way.This intimate area of Houston is brimming with interesting places and historical buildings dating back to the mid-1800s. Your guide will tell you about the history and culture of the city as you visit up to fou Char Bar
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Houston from Above and Below: Chase Tower and Underground Tunnel Tour
"Kick off your Houston tour at Georgia’s Market where you’ll learn about the epic Downtown Houston Tunnel System which gives downtown workers an escape from the heat. Take a walk down Main Street to the Chase Bank Building where you’ll admire frescoes and a stained-glass window depicting Texas’ history amid the elegant Art-Deco interior. Then descend 20 feet (6 meters) below the streets into the underground tunnel system. Walk through the air-conditioned tunnel to the Chase Tower Texas’ tallest building. Head inside the massive tower and ride the elevator up to the 60th-floor sky lobby where you’ll take in sweeping views of the city skyline. Return to the lobby and pause for a photo in front of Spanish painter Joan Miro’s brightly colored ‘Personage and Birds’ sculpture.Following your guide
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Williams Water Wall Tips (12)

Water Wall Parking

Normally, we park at the Galleria, but on weekends the free parking lot is just so crowded that it takes 20-30 mins to spot a parking place....add wastage of gas to it!If you dont mind walking a few...
aakashvakil
Mar 22, 2010

Well, you just have to go and take a picture

It's almost mandatory to visit this wall of water. It is a little dwarfed by the large buildings around it. But don't let that fool you. You have to go inside, look up and up at this wall of water...
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Segolily
Mar 04, 2009

Williams Waterwall

The Williams Waterwall is a gorgeous piece of architecture located right next to the Williams Tower in the Uptown District. The 60+ ft. tall structure is in the shape of a semi-circle, with water...
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H-TownJourneyman
Feb 18, 2006

Tansco Tower fountain

This fountain, located next to the Transco Tower (whose current owner is rather unsuccessfully trying to call the Williams Tower), is one of the nicest places in the city, and another popular place...
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el_ruso
Nov 01, 2005

Galleria Fountain

Galleria mall is a major draw for both Houstonians and many visitors of the city. The mall has an ice rink inside and a collection of stores in mid to upper price bracket. Sadly, this pool is no more...
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el_ruso
Nov 01, 2005

Water Wall - Great at night!

The Williams Wall of Water is located in the Galleria area of Uptown. In fact just locate the Williams Tower - the largest skyscaper in the Galleria area with the pyramid pointy top and you'll find...
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martystagram
Jan 14, 2005

Water Wall

Down the end of a small park is the Water Wall. This is reported to be Houston's most photographed site. It is a striking U-shaped fountain which has water cascading down its inside and outside walls....
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keeweechic
Sep 17, 2003

Water Wall

Scenic Water wall in the Galleria area. Very romantic spot, where many guys propose to their girlfriends. They always have horse carriages in the evenings if you want to take a romantic ride. And this...
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CLillard
Apr 17, 2003

Williams Water Wall next to...

Williams Water Wall next to Transco TowerLocal landmark and favorite picture spot, the Transco fountain is a great place for a picnic during the day anda romantic spot during the evening: there are...
fredaustin
Aug 26, 2002

The fountain is an engineering...

The fountain is an engineering marvel standing 8 storeys high.. It is a semicircle with water falling down the sides.. On the inside, stand in the center that is marked clearly and you will feel like...
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tarush
Aug 25, 2002

Williams Tower and Water Wall

Also known as the Transco Tower, this huge structure dominates southwest Houston. It also has a water sculpture called the Williams Water Wall, or Transco fountain, nearby.
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Tom_Fields
Sep 30, 2006

Water Water Everywhere

It was early morning when we were there and the light wasn't exactly right, but I'm sure it would be even lovelier later in the day.
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keeweechic
Sep 17, 2003
 
 
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Things to Do Near Williams Water Wall

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Galleria

The Galleria is a gargantuan mall, 3 levels and a few separate buildings. It's anchored by department stores and is full of lots of little shops of interest--there's an Apple Store and a Swarovski...
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Menil Collection

The Menil Collection refers to the collection itself and the museum (which is actually four buildings). The Menil Collection’s founders, John and Dominique de Menil acquired this vast collection...
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Rothko Chapel

Rothko Chapel is a tranquil sanctuary open to all faiths nestled in the heart of Houston. The walls of the chapel display many of Mark Rothko's abstract and minimalist paintings. However the interior...
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Museum of Fine Arts

Across the street from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is the Cullen Sculpture Garden which is associated with the MoFA. Inside are several interesting statues in a garden setting. The sculptures...
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Zoo

(November 2014) The Houston Zoo is not the biggest or the best zoo, but it is pretty good. They keep the pens clean and make improvements to the enclosures where they can. They have a neat rainforest...
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Museum District

Now for me, this is the number one attraction in Houston. Over 20 (I think the Houston Bicycle Museum makes 21) museums in a relatively small area. You can park your car and walk to many of the...
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Getting to Williams Water Wall

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2800 S. Post Oak Blvd., Houston, TX 77056

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  • Sunday 08:00 to 21:00
  • Monday 08:00 to 21:00
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 21:00
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 21:00
  • Thursday 08:00 to 21:00
  • Friday 08:00 to 21:00
  • Saturday 08:00 to 21:00

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