How about walking through the Dubai Garden Glow’s many lights and visual effects to experience the lights and colours of the holiday season?
The park, which opened for its seventh season on September 12, spans 50 acres of lush greenery and is known as the “largest glow-in-the-dark garden” in the world.
Here is what you need to know whether you’re travelling alone or with friends and family.
Four unique experiences
After sunset, the ten million LED lights, 500 glowing designs, and 120 robotic dinosaurs at Dubai Garden Glow come to life. Four distinctive experiences are available at the theme park:
1. Glow Park
The energy-saving light bulbs used to create The Glow Park were produced by hand. Visitors can stroll through light tunnels and alleyways as part of the elaborate light project, which includes light animals and a colourful floral valley.
2. Art Park
The artwork at the Art Park, which is near Glow Park, was built from recyclable materials.
3. Dinosaur Park
For both adults and children who are interested in learning about life during the Mesozoic Era, the Dinosaur Park blends education and fun. Visitors to the park can relive the dinosaur emergence through three time periods: the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous, which are home to 120 animatronic dinosaurs.
4. Magic Park
There are more than 25 optical illusion displays and 3D works of art at this park. Visitors must buy a separate ticket for this area, though.
How much do Dubai Garden Glow tickets cost?
- Dh70 for Dinosaur Park and Garden Glow. Entry to Dinosaur Park, Art Park, and Glow Park is permitted with this ticket.
- For Magic Park: Dh45
Children less than three years old can enter for free.
You can buy your tickets online through the Dubai Garden Glow website: https://online.dubaigardenglow.com/
- Sunday to Friday: 5 pm to 10 pm
- Saturday and public holidays: 5 pm to 12 am
In order to access Dubai Garden Glow, you must enter through Gate No. 6 of Zabeel Park.
To get to Gate No. 6 of Zabeel Park, which is on Sheikh Zayed Road (E11), you must take the exit for Al Majlis Street.
Zabeel Park offers to park; the first 20 minutes are free; after that, you must pay Dh10 for a full-day pass.
By Metro and Taxi
As an alternative, you can get to Dubai Garden Glow using the Metro. First, take the Red Line of the Dubai Metro and lit at Max Metro Station in the Al Jafiliya neighbourhood. After that, ‘Max Metro Bus Station Landside’ is where you should exit the Metro station. To get there, you can take a taxi for about Dh20.