The Dubai Miracle Garden is aptly named. After all, growing 45 million flowers in the desert is quite the miracle! The Garden is like an oasis in this bustling city. Here's what you need to know before making the trip.
What is the Dubai Miracle Garden?
Dubai Miracle Garden is the world's largest natural flower garden. It is home to 45 different species of flowers that have been sculpted into impressive and colorful designs.
What should I see there?
The Garden is great place to simply walk around in. There will be a beautiful display of color wherever you turn your head. Our favorite attraction is the giant replica of an Emirates A380. It is the world's largest floral installation and is covered in over 500,000 fresh flowers and living plants. Incredibly, the structure even includes moving engine fans. As noted during our tours, Dubai always likes to be on the cutting edge.
Is the garden like a park?
The Dubai Miracle Garden is a botanical garden, not a park. Because of this, there are rules in place to protect the surrounding flowers. For example, you cannot bring in outside food, sit on the grass or ride a bicycle in the garden.
How do I get there?
The Garden is located in Dubailand, along Umm Suqeim Road. It is about a 20 minute drive from Mall of the Emirates. For a cheaper option, the Route 105 bus will take you directly from Mall of the Emirates to Dubai Miracle Garden for only 5 AED.
What are the hours of operation?
The Garden opens at 9:00 am and closes at 9:00pm on weekdays and 11:00pm on weekends.
How much do tickets cost?
Tickets to the Dubai Miracle Garden cost 40 AED for adults and 30 AED for children between the ages of 3 and 12. Only buy tickets from the official counter. Tickets purchased from outside vendors are not valid.
Is the Dubai Butterfly Garden included in the ticket price?
No. Although the Butterfly Garden is close to the Miracle Garden, it is a separate attraction that requires its own ticket. Access to the Butterfly Garden costs 50 AED per ticket.