Award Park’s focal point is one of the world’s biggest wellsprings, with a 1.5-million-gallon limit and a 15-story-high splash. It lets free on the hour from 9 am to 11 pm early May to mid-October, joined around evening time by kaleidoscopic lights and music.
Affluent widow Kate Sturges Buckingham gave the radiant structure to the city in 1927 in memory of her sibling, Clarence. She likewise carefully left an enrichment to keep up and work it. The focal wellspring represents Lake Michigan, with the four water-rambling ocean animals speaking to the encompassing states.