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The Dubai Miracle Garden opened in 2013 and is the world’s largest natural flower garden - an incredible achievement considering the temperature in Dubai averages over 100ºF in summer! With huge sculptures made of flowers, including a floral castle, an airplane, and a floral clock, there’s something interesting to see around every corner.

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Regarding the current situation related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), this attraction is closed at the moment in order to prevent further spreading of the virus.
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4 Tips for Visiting the Dubai Miracle Garden

A Windmill and the Burj Khalifa made of Oranges | Flickr: Oiva Eskola CC BY 2.0
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An Ever-Changing AttractionEven if you’ve visited the impressive park before, you should definitely consider returning to the Dubai Miracle Garden in another season. Every year the talented team behind the garden comes up with innovative new sculptures around a different set of themes.
Houses Covered with Flowers | Flickr: Oiva Eskola CC BY 2.0
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Book Tickets in Advance to Skip the LineThe lines to enter the Dubai Miracle Garden can be extremely long, so visitors are advised to book tickets online in advance. You should also arrive early in the morning if you can. At around 9.30 am the gardens are at their quietest and the temperatures will be more comfortable for exploring this outdoor attraction.
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Visit the Nearby Butterfly HouseThe Butterfly Garden is made out of 9 domes with a combined area of 1,800 square meters that house thousands of colorful butterflies from 26 different species. You can combine a ticket to the Butterfly Garden with a ticket to the Dubai Miracle Garden, or you can visit both separately. The attractions also have separate entrances.
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Bring a Hat!There is very little shade in the Dubai Miracle Garden, so it’s important to make sure that you’re prepared for a day outside in hot weather. Bring a hat, wear sunscreen, and bring a bottle of water to avoid sunburn or heat stroke.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can you see in the Dubai Miracle Garden?

There are several highlights of the gardens which make a comeback every year, and arguably the best is a full-size model of an Emirates Airbus A380 covered in petunias, sunflowers, geraniums, and other flowers. The sculpture holds the current record for the world’s largest flower sculpture, with almost 5 million flowers creating its colorful shape. If you’re looking for the ideal photo for Instagram then pay a visit a corridor of heart-shaped arches, which will make the perfect backdrop to any romantic snapshot. Even the auditorium in the Dubai Miracle Garden is covered in flowers, with the walls and the stage bedecked in elaborate floral arrangements. Miniature floral sculptures of the Burj Khalifa and the Eiffel Tower (definitely not to scale) also feature in the garden each year. Read more.

Is there a café or restaurant inside the Dubai Miracle Garden?

There are several small kiosks throughout the garden which offer small meals, snacks, ice cream, desserts, and beverages. However, the prices at these kiosks are considerably higher than they would be outside the attraction and you can save yourself some money by bringing along your own food and drink. You can bring along a picnic and enjoy it in one of the park’s many picnic areas. Read more.

Is the Dubai Miracle Garden a fun attraction for children and families?

Kids will enjoy spotting the sculptures of Disney characters, but that’s not all that awaits them in the Dubai Miracle Garden. There are several hammocks in the flower gardens that children love to play on (and that adults can relax on if they can claim one!). The auditorium also hosts magic shows that will delight family members of all ages, and there’s a series of trampolines throughout the park that will be a highlight for younger guests. The paths in the Dubai Miracle Garden are flat and made of a firm material, so it’s easy to use a stroller to get around the grounds. Read more.

Is the park accessible for disabled visitors?

The Dubai Miracle Garden can be easily visited by wheelchair users since the paths are flat and made of a firm material. The only area that can’t be accessed in a wheelchair is the interior of the castle at the center of the park. Please ask a member of staff or email the venue in advance if you have any particular requirements. Read more.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The Dubai Miracle Garden closes over summer to protect the plants from extreme heat. It is open to visitors from November to April. Sunday to Thursday from 9 am to 9 pm, and on Friday and Saturday from 9 am to 11 pm.

⚠️ Closed until further notice:
Regarding the current situation related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), this attraction is closed at the moment in order to prevent further spreading of the virus.

Tickets:

Tickets for the Dubai Miracle Garden cost 50AED and 40AED for children under the age of 12. Children below the age of 2 can enter free of charge.

Address:

Al Barsha South Third
Dubailand, Dubai
UAE

How to get there:

The Dubai Miracle Garden can be reached by bus number 105 which departs from the Mall of the Emirates. A car park is also available.
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