Dubai Miracle Garden has opened for its tenth season with exciting new attractions

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Fresh features include a Smurf Village and magic carpet

By Time Out EditorsNovember 1, 2021
One of the most Instagrammable locations in the world, Dubai Miracle Garden, has opened its gates to visitors once more.

Returning for its tenth milestone year, the largest natural flower garden in the world will feature brand-new floral installations and multi-sensory experiences.

Ever wonder what it’s like to be a Smurf? See what’s cooking up a storm in the Smurf Village, the highlight of this season’s programme.

Take a look inside dozens of life-sized mushroom houses decked with furniture inspired by the animated film series. A fun experience for the whole family, your little Smurfies in particular are going to love it.

More flowery surprises have also bloomed in the garden. Make a wish to a 15m-tall genie and see what a flying magic carpet looks like.

A floral three-dimensional clock and a floating rock with a fountain are also enchanting new additions to the picturesque outdoor setting.

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The park’s existing suite of floral displays include a green-sculpted Emirates A380 aircraft, ballet dancers, an amphitheatre-cum-observatory that hosts live performances and a scintillating floral castle are all ready to be stared at in wonder once again.

The Dubai Miracle Garden features more than 150 million natural flowers and plants from more than 120 varieties, some of which are rare and not cultivated anywhere else in the Gulf region.