Master Plans

The Best of Kaleidoscope Park is Yet to Come

Beautiful greenspaces. Uplifting art. Unforgettable experiences.

We’ve got big plans for arts and culture in North Texas. Read on to explore our Master Plan, learn more about art in the Park, find amenities, discover programs, and more.

Arts Plaza

Kaleidoscope Park’s Arts Plaza will be a beautifully landscaped green space with an awe-inspiring work of art suspended above. World renowned fabric artist, Janet Echelman, has been commissioned to create an original, woven fabric, art installation. Titled “Butterfly Rest Stop”, the impressive piece will become the iconic image of Kaleidoscope Park.

Interactive Fountain

Kaleidoscope Park’s Interactive Fountain will bring a delightful aspect to the Park experience. Located near the Children’s Play Area, individuals of all ages will be entranced by the captivating sights and sounds of the Park’s largest water feature. The Interactive Fountain’s gentle, rain-like spray will be sure to produce playfulness and joy.

Children’s Play Area

The Children’s Play Area at Kaleidoscope Park will occupy over 20,000 square feet—making it one of the largest such play areas in the North Texas region. The Play Area features design elements that encourage creative free-play activities such as climbing, sliding, play berms, and water play while also supporting planned family-friendly programs and activities. Inclusivity is at the core of the Park’s Play Area, ensuring everyone and every family feels welcome.

Recreation Lawn

Kaleidoscope Park’s Recreation Plaza will be an active and ever-changing program space and a great central location for unstructured play. The Plaza encompasses a multi-purpose lawn and an adjacent hard surface, flex-court. It will be designed for a variety of uses including free public programs, recreation activities, and private events. Park visitors will revel in the Recreation Plaza’s lively atmosphere of engagement, enrichment, and fun.

The Pavilion

Kaleidoscope Park’s Pavilion will be a lively gathering place in the Park. Located next to Park + Provisions, it will provide a welcome spot for friends and families to congregate for refreshments, enjoy the Texas weather, and listen to live music. With a stage and seating area, the space will be flexible to accommodate a variety of program activities, performances, and special events throughout the year.

Dog Park

Kaleidoscope Park’s Dog Park is designed for playful dogs, featuring artificial berms, open running spaces, and ample shade. With over forty percent of Texans owning dogs, the Dog Park is sure to become one of the most popular features of Kaleidoscope Park. Imagine the fun of the entire family, including the adored furry friends, heading to Kaleidoscope Park for an afternoon of art, music, food, drinks, play, and memory-making.

Rain Garden

The 10,000 square foot Rain Garden will be an outdoor oasis featuring eco-friendly landscape design for the benefit of people, plants, and animals. The Rain Garden will also serve as a space for nature-based educational programs and demonstration space showcasing effective ways to capture and purify stormwater runoff.

Program Lawn

The Program Lawn is a centrally located space within Kaleidoscope Park where visitors will gather for events, activities, or simply to relax. This enclave is located in close proximity to the Performance Lawn and Pavilion, allowing Program Lawn visitors to be connected to the surrounding arts and entertainment programs. The Program Lawn will be an ideal spot for rotating art installations, free public programs, recreation activities, and private events.

Technology Terraces

Kaleidoscope Park’s Technology Terraces will each offer 500 square feet of state-of-the-art outdoor workspace. The Terraces will be equipped with optimal power, Wi-Fi, and connectivity features. The Terraces will be the ideal location for maximum productivity – one where work and nature come together.

Performance Lawn and Pavilion

Kaleidoscope Park’s spacious Performance Lawn will be home to some of the Park’s most exciting and engaging public arts and culture activities. Imagine a day in the life of the Performance Lawn—a morning Yoga class led by some of the area’s best known practitioners, an afternoon filled with park visitors playing catch or kicking a soccer ball around, and the day closing with a free evening concert.

Key Amenities

Art, Architecture, and Design in the Park

Kaleidoscope Park is a place where nature meets culture and art abounds. Surrounded by HALL Park’s Texas Sculpture Garden, Kaleidoscope Park’s centerpiece will be the captivating work, Butterfly Rest Stop. Created by world-renowned sculpture and fabric artist, Janet Echelman, the magnificent art hangs overhead in the Park’s Arts Plaza. The butterfly theme highlights the area as an important corridor for the monarch butterfly’s migration.

Echelman designs and builds large-scale artworks that transform with wind and light, changing shape and color in response to the forces of nature. Her works have been displayed in prominent urban spaces around the world, including Singapore, Sydney, Shanghai, Santiago, Beijing, Boston, New York and London. A Harvard graduate and recipient of an honorary doctorate from Tufts University, Echelman has taught at MIT, Harvard and Princeton Universities. She works with a global design team that includes architects, aeronautical and mechanical engineers, lighting designers, computer scientists, landscape architects, and fabricators, to create sculptures designed to reflect local cultures and withstand outdoor environments.

Planned Programming

Programs at Kaleidoscope Park will include concerts, films, diverse musical and dance performances, and a variety of health and recreational activities. Visit our events page to see what’s happening now.

Be A Part Of Kaleidoscope Park

Be an arts supporter! Make an impact by donating to Kaleidoscope Park, sponsoring an upcoming event, or joining us as a business or individual community leader.