Dubai Miracle Garden: A Virtual Tour To World’s Largest Flower Garden

When you hear the word “garden”, you’re already thinking of the season of spring and a peaceful place painted with a thousand colors, cooing pigeons, butterflies merrily flapping their bright wings, daisies and daffodils peeping through green grass, and a wide blue sky above, magnifying the richness of colours. And you know what? I’m not making it all up, there’s a garden like that! With over 45 million flowers on display, the Dubai Miracle Garden is one of a kind and the world’s largest natural flower garden. Here’s all you need to know about it.

Dubai Miracle Garden

Opened on Valentine’s Day in 2013, the Dubai Miracle Garden is the right name for this wonderful garden of flowers, built on desert. Billing itself as the world’s largest flower garden, it is spread across 72,000 sq m with over 45 million flowers on display. The garden attracts about 1.5 million visitors every year.

The most amazing thing about this garden is that its floral structures are changed each season to ensure visitors get a different experience each time they pay a visit. The biggest highlight of Dubai Miracle Garden is a life-size model of the Emirates Airbus A380. In 2016, the airplane received the “Guinness Book of World Records” for the “largest floral installation”.

Dubai Miracle Garden timings:

9:00 am to 9:00 pm (Sunday to Thursday). 9:00 am to 11:00 pm (Friday and Saturday)

Entry fee:

45AED for adults and 35AED for Children below 12 yrs old. Entry free for kids below 2 yrs old.