Meridian Hill Park Cascading Waterfall

A central feature of Meridian Hill Park, in Washington D.C., is a thirteen basin architectural, cascading waterfall.

DC Park Design

The park was designed for each basin to cascade into the next, creating an architectural focal point.

Meridian Hill Park Waterfalls

The waterfall design was created for water to flow from one to another basin.

Meridian Hill Park

Washington, D.C.


A central feature of Meridian Hill Park, in Washington D.C., is a thirteen basin architectural, cascading waterfall.

Meridian Hill Park Waterfall

The cascading waterfall overflows from one basin to the next on its long step-by-step descent to a lower-level collection pool. Greenery borders each basin level, and separate the water from the visitors walking along the sides of the waterfalls. The unique water feature and the surrounding 12 acres of landscaping are maintained by the National Park Service.

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