general info DUBAI MIRACLE GARDEN OPENS
Dubai Miracle Garden Opens
Updated on 29 October 2019

The most beautiful and colourful Dubai Miracle Garden is back again for another season.

The garden spread across 72,000 square metres, is brought to life with the largest display of the most fragrant and colourful blooms. A new addition this season is the introduction of the ‘aerial floating lady’, dressed in exotic flowers.

Other new additions include an observatory allowing visitors to capture the stunning panoramic views of the complete garden and the sculptures adorned with bright twinkling lights, along with an all-new 400 metre walking track, for those who want to enjoy a leisurely walk amidst the floral artistry. The track will also be used to host Zumba sessions, as well as other physical and recreational activities. 

The popular attractions from recent seasons, including the Emirates A380 floral structure, floral castle and an 18-metre floral structure of Mickey Mouse will continue to impress the visitors.

The garden will be open to public for its eight edition on 1 November, putting over fifty million flowers of 120 varieties on a very creative display .

The attraction will also attempt to achieve a new Guinness World Record this year, details of which will be revealed soon.

The timings for Dubai Miracle Garden are 9am to 9pm on Sunday to Thursday and 9am to 11pm on Friday and Saturday. The regular cost of admission to Dubai Miracle Garden will be at Dhs 55 for adults (over 12 years old), Dhs 40 for children 12 years and below and free entry for both children below three years, and people of determination.

www.dubaimiraclegarden.com

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