Dubai Miracle Garden Tour Packages

Dubai Miracle Garden

A man-made floral heaven, stretching across seventy-two thousand square meters and home to over 100 million blooms each year is a sight that represents the ‘Dubai Miracle Garden.’ Displaying intricate views of the floral blossoms and naturesque beauty, coupled with manual labour is what keeps the Miracle Garden alive and pumping through the year.

Tourists are welcomed to a unique escapade with every single visit to the garden, as the floral collection changes each season thus enabling tourists to relive a magical experience over and over again. 

Why Visit Miracle Garden Dubai?

The Desert Bloom

Picturesque vibrant colors overlooking the desert background with the scent of blossomed flowers, owes to a sensory experience beyond imagination. 


Given that the theme of the Miracle Garden remains a mystery with every passing year, giving tourists a floral wonderland worth every visit.


The ‘Miracle Garden,’ has been a recipient for a varied number of accolades over its six seasons, some of which including – the ‘Moselle Award,’ by the Garden Tourism Board in 2015, ‘Two Guinness Book of World Records,’ for being the largest floral installation across the globe, for the life-size model of the ‘Emirates Airbus A380,’ and the ‘Tallest topiary structure – Mickey Mouse replica.’

Butterfly Garden 

A diverse and strikingly beautiful butterfly species, is an additional visual element that catches the eye. The ‘Butterfly Garden,’ consists of about 9 domes that stretches across 1800 sq feet for tourists to explore.

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Tickets Overview

It works best for tourists to avail their tickets online so as to save both time and energy. The tickets ensure you don’t have to stand in long queues and waltz into the garden without any hassles. 

Entry Fee

Tourists need to be well informed that the entry fee to the garden differs for both adults and children. It costs about DH 40 (INR 767 approx.) for adults and DH 30 (INR 575 approx.) for children above twelve years of age. 

However, please remember that children who are two years or younger; do not require an entry ticket into the gardens. 


Tourists can visit the ‘Miracle Garden,’ between 09:00 am and 09:00 pm on every day of the week. 

How to Reach

There are multiple options for tourists to consider, keeping in mind their sole convenience and feasibility. We’ve gone ahead and listed out a few possible options for you below.

By Metro

A metro ride would cost you about $1- $2 from the ‘Bur Juman Station’ to the ‘Mall of Emirates.’ The average travel time would be around 26 minutes. You will have to hire a taxi all the way to the ‘Miracle Garden,’ for a cost about $12- $15 and a travel time of about 11 minutes to reach the gardens. 

By Taxi 

A taxi ride from the ‘Bur Juman Airport,’ to the ‘Dubai Miracle Garden,’ would cost you around $ 24- $29 to reach the gardens comfortably. It includes a travel journey of 25kms and takes an average time of 24 minutes. 

By Bus 

The bus journey is a considerably cheaper option and costs about 5 Dirhams per head, with a travel time of about 20 to 30 minutes. 

By Uber

Most tourists prefer to take an Uber directly to the Garden, due to the ease of availability of cabs for new visitors. The travel time is about 24 minutes, at an average cost of $21- $27 to reach the destination. 

By Drive

Self drive is probably the easiest and cheapest option for tourists, involving only the fuel costs to the garden. The drive is a hassle free experience and takes around 24 minutes one way. 

Things to keep in mind

  • Pets are strictly not allowed within the garden.

  • Outside food is prohibited at any costs.

  • The garden tours are not wheelchair and stroller-friendly, so if you’re travelling with elderly people – it’s important to make the necessary arrangements beforehand. 

  • Flower picking is strictly not allowed

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Frequently Asked Questions about Dubai Miracle Garden

1. Why is the Dubai Miracle Garden been closed?

Until the end of the month, the Dubai Miracle Garden and Dubai Butterfly Garden will be closed.

"This is in response to Covid-19, which is afflicting the country, and was put in place as a precaution to protect visitors and workers," said Abdel Naser Rahhal, vice chairman of Cityland Group, which developed the two gardens. 

2. How much does it cost to go to Dubai Miracle Garden?

Adult tickets to the Dubai Miracle Garden cost 40 AED, while children between the ages of 3 and 12 pay 30 AED. Ticket purchases must be made at the official counter. Tickets obtained from third parties are not valid.

3. What is the best time to visit Miracle Garden Dubai?

This is when the winter season begins in November, Dubai Miracle Garden opens to the public and continues open until March. The gates open at 10 a.m. every day. The best time to visit is during the month of November, when the crowds are smaller and you may explore the park more thoroughly. 

4. What months is Dubai Miracle Garden Open?

The Dubai Miracle Garden is only open for certain months of the year, namely the bloom season, which occurs between November and March.

5. How long did it take to make Dubai Miracle Garden?

With the support of roughly 400 people, the first phase was completed in just two months. The project's second phase began four months later, in June, and ended in October of the same year.

6. Is Dubai Miracle Garden open in October?

The Dubai Miracle Garden is temporarily closed due to renovations during the summer season.

7. What is the ticket price of Burj Khalifa?

The cost of Burj Khalifa tickets vary depending on when you visit. The values shown here are the initial costs. Prices may be higher during busy hours (particularly towards sunset). 

  • Ticket for non-prime hours (from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. and from 6:30 p.m. to closing):

  • Adult (12 years and up) Tickets start at 154 AED (about 42 USD)

  • Ticket pricing for a child (4-12 years) starts at 119 AED (about 33 USD)

  • Free of infants (under the age of four).

  • Ticket for prime hours (from 4 to 6 p.m.):

  • Adult (12 years and up) Tickets start at 229 AED (about 63 USD)

  • A kid (4-12 years) Tickets start at 137 AED (about 38 USD)

  • Free of infants (under the age of four)

8. Is food allowed in Miracle Garden?

The Dubai Miracle Garden is not a park, but rather a botanical garden.As a result, there are restrictions in place to safeguard the blooms in the area.You can't bring in outside food, sit on the lawn, or ride a bicycle in the garden, for example. 

9. How long does it take to see Miracle Garden?

Three hours is sufficient to view the entire garden.However, if you want to capture a lot of shots, you should plan on spending around 5 hours there.

The food court has a vibrant environment as well. Only the first section of the garden has been completed thus far.

10. What is the cheapest month to go to Dubai?

This is usually the off-season (June to August):Summertime in Dubai is the low season.By June, temperatures had risen to uncomfortably high levels of humidity, while July and August are scorching, bordering on the uncomfortable, with temperatures reaching the high 40s at their peak.

11. Is miracle garden worth visiting?

The miracle garden is a wonder in itself. Unbelievable, a flower garden in the middle of the desert is a wonderful spot for families to visit. Flowers have been organized in the shapes of animals, planes, and other objects. There are numerous eateries where you may refuel. 

12. Is Miracle Garden open April 2020?

Yes, Dubai Miracle Garden will be open throughout April.

13. Why is it called Miracle Garden?

The Dubai Miracle Garden is properly called, given that it was built on desert terrain, as did pretty much everything else in this Middle Eastern resort. The 72,000-square-meter attraction bills itself as the world's largest natural flower garden, with over 60 million blossoms on exhibit.

14. Is Dubai Miracle Garden Open in June?

The Miracle Garden is only opened during the cooler months, and is usually closed completely in June.

15. Is Dubai Miracle Garden Open in September?

Because the summer will only finish in October, there is no likelihood of opening in September.From November to April, the Miracle Garden will be open.

16. Which is the most beautiful garden in the world or What is the most famous garden in the world?

Keukenhof is one of the world's largest flower gardens, covering over 80 acres.With all that acreage comes a lot of bulbs—each year, around 7 million are planted for a beautiful spring bloom (the garden is only open between March and May).

17. Why is Miracle Garden popular?

Miracle Garden is the world's largest natural flower garden, spanning 72,000 square meters of land and boasting an incredible array of flowers, many of which are uncommon and first seen in the Middle East for the first time, such as petunias and geraniums.

18. Is Global Village opening this year?

Global Village Dubai has announced that it will return on October 26 and will be open until April 10th, 2022, with more details and announcements about the forthcoming season to come.When Global Village opens on October 26th, 2021, a brand-new attraction will be guaranteed to satisfy your hunger.

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