The world’s largest flower garden is back for the winter months…

Dubai Miracle Garden is one of the top attractions for residents and tourists, offering the world’s largest display of flora and fauna in fun, creative gardens. The 72,000 square meter destination is home to over 50 million flowers in 120 varieties.

This season brings a host of exciting new concepts, one of which will be an attempt to gain the attraction a fourth Guinness World Record. Details of this new project are set to be revealed soon, along with a new innovative technological feature.

Visitors can look forward to seeing a new feature called the ‘Aerial Floating Lady’ which consists of a stunning selection of exotic flowers. Another new aspect of Dubai Miracle Garden is a 400 metre walking track in which guests can stroll through the floral features at their leisure.

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Daily entertainment will be on offer including costume and floral parades, street performers and zumba sessions. Look out for announcements of more recreational and fitness activities coming up over the next few months.

The stunning amphitheatre has also been spruced up to welcome guests to its palace and act as an observation point. From here, visitors can see and snap photos of the complete garden, along with the bright and twinkly floral sculptures.

Dubai Miracle Garden’s Guinness World Record breaking 18-metre floral structure of Mickey Mouse is also making a return. Along with him will be a series of other much-loved cartoon characters ready to greet any and all guests on arrival.

Entrance tickets are priced at Dhs55 for adults (over 12 years old), Dhs40 for children 12 years and below and free entry for children under three and people of determination.

Dubai Miracle Garden, Arjan, Dubailand, Sun to Thur 9am to 9pm, Fri & Sat 9am to 11pm from Nov 1, Dhs40 kids, Dhs55 adults.

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