Dubai Miracle Garden Overview
Dubai Miracle Garden is a popular attraction in Arjan, DubaiLand. It opened on Valentine’s Day, 2013.
"Every year from mid-November to mid-May, a 72,000 sqm space full of scents and colours comes to life. This incredible experience is one of Cityland’s signature creations –Dubai Miracle Garden.
"Seeing the garden in full bloom with its 150 million flowers arranged in colourful arches and patterns, and the myriad shapes they form, is truly magnificent. Dubai Miracle Garden’s breathtaking landscaping has earned two Guinness World Records for the largest vertical garden in 2013 and world’s largest floral sculpture forming the shape of an Airbus A380 in 2016.
"We received the accolade for the Tallest Topiary Sculpture on 25 Feb 2018. The 18 metre sculpture feature is Disney’s first character floral display in the Middle East and is made from almost 100,000 plants and flowers, and weighs almost 35tons.
"Each year Dubai Miracle Garden reinvents itself, as we bring a whole new concept and design experience to our visitors. The community has given its own endorsement with more than 1.5 million visitors per year."
“The Dubai Miracle Garden is also home to the Dubai Butterfly Park, the world’s largest butterfly garden featuring 15,000 butterflies of around 26 kinds!
“Dubai Butterfly Garden is an indoor garden with ten domes that are sure to win your heart. The destination gives you the opportunity to see beautiful butterflies and gives you an insight into their world. Here you can learn how butterflies evolve through each stage.
“Assistants will help you interact with the butterflies and take beautiful pictures with butterflies. If you are travelling with kids this destination is a must visit.
“There is a separate entrance and ticketing for Dubai Butterfly Garden.”
Dubai Miracle Garden Dining and Nightlife Offers
Take the Dubai Metro and stop at the MOE (Mall of the Emirates metro station) – Red line.
Then take RTA Bus No. 105 direct to Dubai Miracle Garden. The journey takes 15-20 minutes and costs 5 Dirhams.
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