Fort Worth Water Gardens
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Great spot to check out. It was also the location for an iconic scene in the cult classic movie, "Logan's Run".
Peaceful and nice to walk around to see and hear the man-man water fall.
The most unique park in the DFW area hands down. From Wikipedia: "The active pool experience was built for people to be able to walk down the terraced steps to be surrounded by and experience the power, sounds and motion of water crashing around them."
Interesting park and fountains in downtown Fort Worth. Was in the movie "Logan's Run".
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