Winter in Dubai brings with it the reopening of one of the city’s most beloved family attractions, the Dubai Miracle Garden.
After being closed for the summer, the garden is opening its gates again on Sunday, October 1. This weekend, visitors can once again explore the world’s largest natural flower garden, spanning 72,000 square metres.
Marking its twelfth season, the Dubai Miracle Garden is a fragrant paradise hosting more than 150 million flowers across more than 120 different varieties.
Visitors can admire extensive topiary displays and several award-winning floral designs, including those that have clinched Guinness World Records.
Notable displays feature a record-breaking Emirates A380 and an 18-metre floral Mickey Mouse structure, the first Disney character floral display in the Middle East.
Adding to its allure, the garden transforms at night, with sculptures adorned with twinkling lights, making it a must-visit both during the day and after sunset. The entry fee is Dhs75 for adults, Dhs60 for children aged three to 12, and free for kids under three.