Dubai Miracle Garden, the popular winter attraction in Dubai, has opened its doors today, Monday, October 10th, for a new season.
The Guinness World Records-breaking attraction will bloom for its 11th season from today, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for guests this season. The garden was shut for six to seven months for summer, and every year when it opens for a new season, it dazzles the guests with something new!
Dubai Miracle Garden
Located in the heart of Dubailand, the 72,000 sqm paradise features more than 150 million flowers in stunning arrangements.
The largest natural flower garden in the world has undergone many changes throughout the seasons.
As part of last season’s additions, there was a Smurf’s Village, based on the beloved Belgian comics and movies, as well as a three-dimensional clock, a “floating rock” with a fountain and floral peacocks. New installations for the 11th season are yet to be revealed.
Dubai Miracle Garden has legitimately earned Guinness World Records (three in total) for its beautiful displays. In 2016, the Dubai Miracle Garden made its debut within Guinness Book of World Records by displaying the world’s largest floral installation forming the shape of an Emirates Airbus A380. More than five million flowers were used to recreate the mega plane.
In 2018, the 18-foot-high Mickey Mouse topiary at the Dubai Miracle Garden, was named the “World’s Tallest Topiary Structure” by the Guinness Book of World Records.
In 2019, the Dubai Miracle Garden made another Guinness World Record by building the world’s largest topiary art at its garden. The park built the Disney Avenue, which had 9 Disney characters. Each of these character was as huge as the previously built Mickey Mouse character while some even bigger than the previous one.
The Dubai Miracle Garden also hosts family-friendly live shows, and more than 30 food and drinks kiosks are dotted across the park.
Dubai Miracle Garden has increased entry prices for season 11.
Tickets per adult (over 12 years) now cost Dhs75.
For children aged 3 to 12, the ticket price is now Dhs60. Kids below 3 years old can enter for free (ID card required).
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RTA buses to Dubai Miracle Garden
The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) also announced that it will be resuming its Bus Route 105 — which shuttles between Mall of the Emirates Bus Station and the Miracle Garden — starting October 10. The service will run at 30-minute intervals during weekdays, and 20-minute intervals on Fridays at a fare of Dh5.
Dubai Miracle Garden will be open from 09:00 am to 09:00 pm (Monday to Friday). Weekend hours are 09:00 am to 11:00 pm.