This old park was completely renovated in 2007, adding an important set of state-of-the-art cybernetic ornamental fountains. In one of its 13 fountains, which they call “Fountain of Fantasy”, a colorful show is offered every afternoon with lights, sound, dancing waters, laser figures and multimedia projections directly on the water. To be able to enjoy this show you have to keep in mind the three times in which it is presented (see schedules below). This show lasts approximately 25 minutes.
This park holds the Guinness record for the world’s largest water fountain complex in a public park.
If you feel like getting wet, don’t forget to bring dry clothes and a towel, since there are a couple of fountains where adults and children can enjoy the jets of water. Changing rooms are available near these fountains, but be aware that the floor of the fountains is wet and can be very slippery.
If you don’t want to get soaked but still want to experience the fountains up close, then you must go through the water tunnel.
The park is divided into two separate spaces that are connected by a tunnel.
Gate No. 3 (main entrance). Petit Thouars Avenue corner block 5 with Jirón Madre de Dios. Fence of Lima. Lime. Peru.
One of the main attractions of Lima, located in the Parque de la Reserva. The park has more than 13 cybernetic fountains, where you can enjoy an incredible light show and Peruvian music along with a unique display of lights on the tallest fountain complex in the world, according to Guinness World Records.
In addition, you will be able to go through a tunnel with water jets and even interact with some fountains.
Note: The schedules, entrance fees and other information presented below may change at any time and without prior notice, since it depends on the museum’s administration. If you find any difference, we would appreciate if you let us know so we can correct it.
The Magic Water Circuit is an amazing journey through 13 ornamental fountains that are electronically controlled and together with a set of synchronized lights they offer a visual spectacle.
The most impressive are the projections of dancers in motion in a giant cloud of water that forms in the main fountain of the Parque de las Aguas.
People can enter some of the fountains and interact with the water jets.
Especially in one of the fountains that forms a long pool of water and that can be crossed by visitors.
Sources you have:
Magic fountain, fantasy fountain, illusion fountain, visitable dome fountain, street market fountain, harmony fountain, rainbow fountain, tunnel of surprises fountain and five other small fountains.
It is the maximum expression of the Art Decó style, with a decorative trend of the 1920s and La Belle Époque where geometric figures and zigzags stand out, its style is Neoclassical.
The design of the Lodge has an Italian influence, it is a gallery or porch that is at ground level and is open on both sides, being supported by columns and arches. It is the main architectural element of the Parque de la Reserva and the 80 m high Magic Fountain.
Also known as the Inca house, because in that place the pre-Columbian figures are shaped, it represents the maximum expression of Indigenism in the Reserve Park.
The sculpture of a child playing marbles a very popular game “The Gnocos Player”.
The same one that is made up of a building built by the Peruvian architect, sculptor and urban planner Manuel Piqueras.
It is an equestrian monument of Marshal Antonio José de Sucre in the Plaza of the same name.
By metropolitan bus to the Estadio Central station. Another option is using the Integrated Transportation System that runs along Arequipa Avenue, to the Ramón Dagnino station on the entire front of the park.
We also recommend using a taxi to get to the Parque de la Reserva. It is safer especially if you visit it at night.
Finally, the best option is to take a tour that includes a tour of the magical water circuit.
From Wednesday to Sunday and holidays from 3:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Show at Fuente de la Fantasia: 7:15 p.m./ 8:15 p.m./ 9:30 p.m.
Admission to the Parque de la Reserva is free from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. During this time the fountains are undergoing maintenance.
Many are the routes that take you to Machu Picchu, but none is like the Inca Trail Tours, the most famous pedestrian path in the Americas. After flying from the capital of Perú, Lima, you will arrive in Cusco to walk for four days along a path through forests and dense fog, millenary stone steps and discovering the ruins of ancient fortifications and Inca cities, and all the time enjoying majestic views.