Dubai Miracle Garden is temporarily closed.
The 8th season of Dubai Miracle Garden was supposed to be open from 1 November 2019 till 1 May 2020, though its work is temporarily stopped until further notice. This decision was announced on Monday, 16 March 2020.
“… Check with us end of March for any update for re-opening of the garden…”
The Dubai Butterfly Garden is temporarily closed as well.
Miracle Garden is one of the most visited places in the region and the world itself. It carries an incredible experience of different stunning floral installations consisting of around 150 million flowers. All of them are gathered into colorful arches, patterns, and myriad shapes.
Dubai Miracle Garden has earned two Guinness World Records for the largest vertical garden (2013) and the world’s largest floral sculpture forming the shape of an Airbus A380 (2016) as well as the accolade for the Tallest (18m) Topiary Sculpture (2018). Each year Dubai Miracle Garden renews itself and brings more various concepts and design experience to the visitors.
The guests will have an opportunity to stroll along Disney Avenue, see the underground floral cascade Lost Paradise, enjoy the view of living heaven – Lake Park, walk through the most featured Hearts Passage, catch an eye on 15-metre Floral Clock, visit Airbus A380 itself and much more of floral art!
Another wonderful option for explorers is Dubai Butterfly Garden. It is located right next to Dubai Miracle Garden, in Dubailand Area. It is claimed to be the “World’s Largest Covered Butterfly Garden” featuring 15 thousand amazing butterflies of different sizes, colors, and varieties. The garden consists of ten custom-built domes, each of which is filled with beautiful winged creatures. Working hours: 09:00 AM – 06:00 PM (all days + public holidays).
Tickets: AED 55 – for Adults, AED 40 – Children, and free entry for people of determination and children of 3 years old and below. Tickets sales are at the entrance.