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Dubai Miracle Garden opens door for 12th Season

02 October 2023

The Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest natural flower garden, which reopened doors on 29th September 2023, for its 12th season. 

The flower-themed park had closed in the summer and wrapped up its 11th season in June 2023.

If you plan to visit the Dubai Miracle Garden with family or friends, here is all you need to know about the new season:

What’s new this season?

The park spanning 72000 square metres, boasts of more than 150 million flowers including at least 120 varieties of plants, and is filled with flower sculptures.

The most popular attraction at Dubai Miracle Garden is the Guinness World Record breaking floral sculpture, that takes the shape of Emirates Airbus A380. It is an 18m tall sculpture of Mickey Mouse made with 100,000 plants and flowers.

For the new season, the Dubai Miracle Garden has introduced fresh installations, including the ‘Floral Tunnels’, a display of flowers, 3D water and lighting installations and other water-themed attractions.

The garden also unveiled the new , bigger-sized Water Wheel, to accompany the two smaller Water Wheels in the garden.

Ticket Prices:

Dh.65 is the entry ticket fee for UAE residents. However, this offer can be only availed at the Dubai Miracle Garden ticket counters. This ticket price can be availed by presenting a valid Emirates ID.

The new ticket prices for this season are:

Adults Dh.95

Children (3 to 12 yrs) Dh.80

Children (below 3yrs) free entry

Parents should present their child’s Emirates ID at the gate. Entry is also free for People of Determination (POD), on producing the POD card. Any adult accompanying the Person of Determination will have a 50 percent discount on ticket fare.

You can purchase tickets at the counter at Dubai Miracle Garden, or book tickets online through the website https://www.dubaimiraclegarden.com/visitors-info/.


The Dubai Miracle Garden is located in Al Barsha South, Street 3, Dubailand at the cross-section of Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road (E311) and Umm Suqeim Road (D63).


The timings for visiting the Miracle Garden:

Weekdays (Monday to Friday): 9am to 9pm

Weekends (Saturday and Sunday): 9am to 11pm

Dubai Butterfly Garden

The Dubai Butterfly Garden is located next to Dubai Miracle Garden, and comprises of ten domes, each filled with thousands of butterflies. The Butterfly Garden features around 15000 butterflies from over 50 different species. 

Tickets for Dubai Butterfly Garden starts from Dh.55. Tickets can be booked online at dubaibutterflygarden.com or on site. The park will remain open from Saturday to Friday 9am to 6pm.

Robin Vinod

Writer/blogger who writes on topics such as travel, real estate, employment and everyday life on GCC countries.

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