Magic Water Circuit — Photo courtesy of M. Isabel Guerra
The Magic Water Circuit is a place perfect for bringing the whole family, having a romantic walk or just hanging around with friends: it’s a lovely large park, has all the basic services (restrooms, first aid stall, snacks, etc.) and the amazing laser lights show is something to be seen. But, even if you don´t get to see the full laser show, the colorful fountains are unique in Peru, so visiting this park is actually a must while you are in Lima.Magic Water Circuit — Photo courtesy of M. Isabel Guerra
The circuit features 13 computer-operated fountains, one of which has a spray of 80m (some 262 ft) high, and has been acknowledged by Guinness Records as “the largest fountains complex in the world located at a public park.”
Magic Water Circuit — Photo courtesy of M. Isabel GuerraA good plan is to arrive there around 5pm, so you can still see how the fountains look in daylight, enjoy the sunset, and then wait for the live night shows. Be careful with the largest fountains’ water sprays, since they may get you wet if you're not aware; it may be wise to carry some extra dry clothes, just in case.
Open Hours: Wed-Sun, from 4 pm to 10 pm
Admission: Four soles (children under four years old do not pay)
Show Times: 7:15 pm, 8:15 pm, 9:30 pm