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Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

  • Publish date: Monday، 01 May 2023
Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

Dubai Miracle Garden, a Guinness World Records-breaking attraction and a favored spot for both tourists and residents of Dubai, is about to close its season on Sunday, June 4th. With just a little over a month left, here are the things you should not miss in there. 

See millions of flowers in bloom

It is the world's largest natural flower garden, with the 72,000 square meter destination home to over 150 million flowers in 120 varieties.

Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

A new theme every year

Each new season opens the door to exciting themes at the Miracle Gardeto surprise visitors with extravagant floral arrangements such as the Floral Clock, Floating Lady, Teddy Bear, castles, pyramids, and the collection of peacocks.

Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

Visit the enchanting Butterfly Garden

The dazzling Butterfly Garden is another essential stop, housing 15,000 butterflies of 50 different varieties in ten climate-controlled domes. It is the largest indoor butterfly garden known to the world.

Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

See the largest floral installation - Airbus A380

This is a full life-size replica of an Emirates Airbus A380, which covers 10 percent of the total area of the garden. More than five million flowers are used to recreate the mega plane. 

Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

Check the biggest and tallest topiary art in the world - Disney Avenue

Your favorite childhood characters like Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Daisy Duck await you at Disney Avenue at the Miracle Garden. The floral Mickey Mouse is towering 18 meters into the air.

Top Things to Do at Dubai Miracle Garden Before It Closes on June 4th

A walking track 

The garden has a walking track that features daily entertainment, including parades, street performers and other family-friendly activities.

The gates will reopen at Dubai Miracle Garden once the summer has passed and the cooler weather has settled in the city, usually at the end of October or early November.

You can book tickets online here to visit Dubai Miracle Garden before it closes. It is open daily from 9am to 9pm on weekdays and 9am to 11pm on weekends.