The second day was much better! The sun came out and the weather was stunning so we were able to fully enjoy the experience.
Let’s just say I love flowers along with anything and everything that includes them. With that said, Dubai Miracle Garden was one of the places I definitely wanted to visit while traveling. Who would have thought that the World’s Largest Botanical Garden would be in the desert? No way it can’t be, right?! Well, I was wrong until I experienced it. With more than 45 million flowers designed beautifully over a 72,000 sq.m. site, Dubai’s Miracle Garden lives up to its name. The Miracle Garden opened up its gates to the public on February 14th of 2013. Each season they change front flower display, so each time you visit it is an entirely new Fantasy Land. Our first visit was crazy as we were caught up in a sand storm and were unable to see the garden the way the way we wanted. Because of this, we ended up returning to the garden a second time. The weather was a lot nicer, and we were able to take some amazing photos.
Below is some information regarding the Dubai Miracle Garden regarding hours, rates, and location:
9:00am – 9:00pm
Friday, Saturday and Holiday:
9:00am – 11:00pm
Adults: 40 AED
Children 3-12 years old: 30 AED
2 Years and below and Guests
with disabilities: Free