The Dubai Miracle Garden is a unique experience not to be missed when in Dubai. This flower paradise is one of a kind in the region and in the world featuring an exotic display of approximately 45 million blooming flowers. It is definitely rated as one of the top things to do in Dubai.
Dubai Miracle Garden — A unique flower garden in Dubai
Located in Al Barsha South the Dubai Miracle Garden is set across 72,000 square-meters, showcasing impressive sculptures, decorated with blooming flowers. Here you can get lost among the vibrant displays that remind you of a real art gallery.
You will be in awe from the real size Emirates Airbus A380 — a stunning flower arrangement set in the heart of the Dubai Miracle Garden.
Walking through the colourful alleys you will feel as if you have landed in a fairy tale — Alice in Wonderland to be exact. There are hearts and flamingos, a Burj Khalifa and an abra (traditional wooden boat).
You will also cross a village with pretty houses and a number of ostriches will greet you along the way.
You may also sit down and relax on one of the benches and marvel the beauty of this unique flower garden in Dubai or enjoy a refreshment from one of the food stalls.
At the Dubai Miracle Garden no season is the same as the garden gets redecorated with new creations and flower concepts. The Dubai Miracle Garden closes for six months in the summer and reopens in November with entirely new masterpieces.
Dubailand near Arabian Ranches. The Dubai Miracle Garden is open from 9am to 9pm on weekdays, and until 11pm on weekends.
You can spend well over an hour at the garden if not more. The best time to go would be in the afternoon towards the sunset.
Tickets cost Dh50 for adults, Dh40 for children, free for ages 2 years and under.
How to get to Miracle Garden
Public transport: Take the Metro(Red Line) to Mall of Emirates (MOE), there you can take the bus No. 105 which will take you directly to the Miracle Garden. Ticket price 5 AED and the duration is approximately 20 minutes. Alternatively you can take a taxi.
Have you been to the Dubai Miracle Garden? What did you think of it?