Dubai Miracle Garden: cost of tickets, location, times


Dubai Miracle Garden Season 10
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Dubai: The Dubai Miracle Garden is now open for its 10th edition and will reopen for this season on November 1. If you are planning to visit the attraction, here is everything you need to know.

What is the Dubai Miracle Garden?

With over 150 million natural flowers and plants of over 120 varieties, visitors have the chance to see various arrangements and attractions in a floral format. The Dubai Miracle Garden opened in 2013.

The latest edition of Dubai Miracle Garden has a Smurfs’ Village, featuring highly regarded cartoon characters and mushroom installations, based on the Belgian comic, film and television franchise.

Other features include a three-dimensional clock, a Guinness award-winning Emirates A380 installation, an 18-meter Mickey Mouse flower structure in the garden’s Disney Avenue, and an “umbrella tunnel,” which connects to many Instagram feeds.

Dubai Butterfly Garden

Located next to the Dubai Miracle Garden, the Dubai Butterfly Garden is also an attraction you can visit, home to over 15,000 butterflies of over 45 species. However, you will need to purchase tickets separately, priced at Dh55 per person, with group discounts available.

How much does the Dubai Miracle Garden ticket cost?

For adults (from 12 years old) – Dh55

For children (from 3 to 12 years old) – Dh40

Children under three enter for free.

You will be asked to show the necessary IDs for age requirements.

How to get to Dubai Miracle Garden?

Located at the intersection of E311 – Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road – and Umm Suqeim D63 road, Dubai Miracle Garden is part of the Dubailand development.

RTA Bus # 105 is available for 5AED per way from Mall of Emirates Bus Station to Dubai Miracle Garden and vice versa. Bus 105 will stop exactly between Dubai Miracle Garden and Dubai Butterfly Garden.

The Mall of Emirates bus station is right next to the metro station, which is on the red line.


The Dubai Miracle Garden is open daily from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays and from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday, Saturday and holidays.



Herman C. Harkins

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