The Magic Water Circuit is a park in Lima where you can enjoy a night show of water fountains and lights.
The Magic Water Circuit of the Reserve Park in Lima,inaugurated on July 26, 2007, is one of the large-scale municipal projects, an icon of the city of Lima and a symbol of the recovery of public spaces in Lima. It has thirteen cybernetic fountains, supported with the highest technology where music, water, sound and laser lights are mixed to present unique and incredible shows.
The Reserve Park is a park located in the Santa Beatriz neighborhood in the Cercado de Lima in the city of Lima, the Reserve Park is part of one of the tourist attractions of the city of Lima that you can know when you book a tour in Lima
The Magic Water Circuit in Lima has 13 sources controlled by computer, one of which has a jet that reaches 80 meters in height; all of these present a conjunction of music, light, color and images. It holds the Guinness Record for being the world’s largest fountain complex in a public park.
Due to the great beauty and reputation that dozens of visitors who are traveling through Lima Peru have gained in recent years, they seek to take a tour in the City of Lima that will take them to know the reserve park and the magical water circuit
The Magic Water Circuit in Lima is located as Parque la Reserva and is also known as the Parque de las Aguas, being one of the must-do activities in Lima.
What to see in the Magic Water Circuit
The Magic Water Circuit in Lima is an amazing tour of 13 ornamental fountains that are electronically controlled and together with a set of synchronized lights 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 source 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 monday of water and that can be crossed by visitors.
The magic of the fountain surprises us when the majestic geyser of more than 80 m suddenly emerges from the palm trees overflowing with water tall with an impressive force that seems to reach infinity. The water forms a large central dome similar to a “Fleur de Lis” followed by a fascinating choreographic game accompanied by soft melodies.
Source of geometric perfection, it represents the harmonic sensation of beauty. Its futuristic pyramid shape is made up of networks of water jets that run parallel to form a beautiful pattern that virtually intersects and gives the fountain solidity and harmony.
Beautiful works of art are built on the edges of the Magic Fountain which you can see the tiles next to the indigenous that maintain and preserve their original style since its construction.
Ornamental friezes found on the front Façade of the Lodge, called «The Offering» were sculpted by Daniel Casafranca and José Sabogal designed the concrete Cantilevers and is accompanied by 2 fountains at their ends that embellish the view of the Lodge.
The Tangüis sculpture is located on the main facade of the building that bears the same name, in homage to Fermín Tangüis for his great contribution to the specialization and cultivation of cotton. The sculpture was a design by Manuel Piqueras Cotolí and sculpted by Ismael Pozo, whose base has pre-Hispanic motifs made by Héctor Velarde.
Antonio José de Sucre Venezuelan military, led the last battle of the Independence of America: the battle of Ayacucho on December 9, 1824, the patriots under the command of General Sucre faced the royalist soldiers at 1:00 p.m. they were defeated in Pampa de la Quinua.
Shows at the Fountain of Fantasy
20m high vertical jets, whose waters dance in various shapes to the beat of the music.
On a large 15m high screen of water, visitors can see majestic images of our Peru, its dances and its natural wealth. The laser game forms various dreamlike figures, which in contrast to the multicolored water, excite the night, filling it with fantasies.
Using the aerial part, in public spaces, is part of the artistic innovation in gardening, called Topiary Art
Tour to the Magic Water Circuit in Lima
The water park is undoubtedly a place that should not be overlooked when traveling through Lima, whether you do it in a private way or with the help of a Lima travel agency, the important thing is that you enjoy this wonderful place for your trip to Lima Peru to be the experience you are really waiting for.
- General admission only to the Magic Circuit costs 4 soles.
- Children under 5 years old and adults over 65 years old have free access.
Lima has several places illuminated at night, so we recommend you take a night tour that will take you through all of them including the Water Circuit.
The Magic Water Circuit is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 3:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Even on holidays.
Night Show Schedule
Appreciating the Night Show at the Parque de las Aguas is like watching the water dance to the rhythm of Peruvian music along with a combination of colors, melody and Peruvian culture.
The night show starts at the following times: 7:15 pm, 8:15 pm and last show 9:30 pm.
How to get?
By metropolitan bus to the Estadio Central station. Another option is using the Integrated Transportation System that runs along Arequipa avenue, to Ramón Dagnino station across the front of the park.
We also recommend using a taxi to get to the Reserve Park. 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.
- Exposition Park.
- Lima Art Museum.
- Metropolitan Museum of Lima.
- Italian Art Museum.
We recommend that you bring:
If you are traveling through Lima Peru and want to know the Magic Water Circuit, we recommend you take
It is advisable to bring an extra change of clothes to be able to enjoy a good jet in some of the authorized sources. Thus, with extra clothing, you no longer worry about how you will resolve to return home all wet. Near the water sources there are properly marked changing tables that you can use.
Tips for using the dressing rooms:
Bring a newspaper or plastic bag (biodegradable), so that you or your little ones step on the ground. Since so far there are no benches in the changing rooms and remember that it is a public place.
At least on our last visit there was nowhere to sit or hang something, so prevention is better especially when you go out for a walk with children.
Many travelers who made a tour of Lima and the Magic Water Circuit recommend bringing an extra change of clothes to enjoy a good jet in some of the authorized fountains. Thus, with extra clothing, you no longer worry about how you will resolve to return home all wet. Near the water sources there are duly marked changing tables that you can use