Dubai Miracle Garden closes this weekend
It’s your final week to head to the sixth season of the record-breaking Dubai attraction…
As the summer heat kicks in, Dubai Miracle Garden has announced that it will close its doors on Saturday May 12.
The unique outdoor destination, which is home to more than 100 million blooms of over 70 flower varieties, will complete its sixth season this weekend. So, if you’ve not visited yet, now is your last chance.
The colourful tourist attraction is home to two super-sized Guinness World Record breaking displays.
The first, a life-size replica of an Emirates A380 became the world’s largest floral installation in 2016. Then earlier this year, Dubai Miracle Garden unveiled a brand new addition to the park; a super-sized version of Disney’s beloved Mickey Mouse. The 18-metre floral Mickey Mouse statue became the World’s Tallest Supported Topiary Sculpture.
Each year the park adapts a new theme, and this season was “Sunflower Lovers”, which means the bright yellow blooms are the star of the show. A stunning collection of parrots, kangaroos, giant ants, butterflies and swans was also added to the park, as well as more sitting areas including a selection of floating beds and tropical-inspired hammocks.
So if you’ve not been yet, this week is your last chance…
Dubai Miracle Garden, Al Barsha South 3, Dubailand, until May 12. Dhs45 for adults, Dhs35 for children under 12. Tel: (04) 422 8902. dubaimiraclegarden.com