The green spaces in Dubai are spread across the city, and various parks in the town are
designed to focus on family trips and other essential and luxurious facilities. Some of the
Dubai parks have dedicated fitness facilities like running and cycling tracks to cater to fitness goals, even on holidays.
Dubai’s gardens are bustling between October to April as it is the peak month for tourism. If you would also like to enjoy picnicking and barbecue in the park and are searching for some fantastic destinations, then this list of the top 5 most famous gardens of Dubai will help you. Also, we would recommend that you should book your Dubai Parks & Resorts tickets in advance to enjoy yourself without worrying about anything.
Referred to as the world’s largest frame structure, Dubai Frame is inspired by the logo of
World Expo 2020, held in Dubai. This frame is located in Zabeel Park and is considered the
most significant architectural marvel of the UAE, just like Burj Khalifa.
The two high towers of length 150 meters are joined by a Sky Deck of 93 meters that works as the top member of the overall structure.
The north end showcases the old districts of Dubai, while the South looks forward to
modernity. The structure has a walk-over made of a crack-proof, crystal-clear glass panel
that magically converts from haze to clear when stepped on. You can book the Dubai Frame
tickets to enter into the structure, which costs around AED 50.
Located in central Dubai and spanned 51 hectares, Zabeel Park is a favorite weekend
destination for family trips. There are many things that you can enjoy here, including
Dinosaur Park and Glow garden. The dinosaur park is a theme park where you can see
animatronic dinosaur models, and it is like a small museum dedicated to dinosaurs.
The glowing garden is lit up in the night and becomes a fairy-tale garden in the night. There are other dedicated areas in the park that provide playground equipment to the children.
On the west side of Dubai Creek lies the Creek Park, which happens to be the second-largest public park in Dubai. As its name suggests, the park has a creek, and promenade rims the creek, and the same is the main attraction here. One can take a stroll and experience the waterside views or can photograph the stream.
The flower bed is manicured, and it displays the vastness of the lawn area, which is best
suited for picnicking. There are some dedicated barbecue areas as well where you can have
a substantial experience of a picnic. For your help, there are many cafes and restaurants in
the park. As the park is vast, you can hire cycles on-site for smooth access to the desired
On the eastern side of Dubai lies Mushrif Park which covers 13 acres of area. This is another best place for families so that you can have fun in a full-fledged manner. There are many activities aimed to entertain both younger and older kids. The park’s northern section offers Aventura, a tree-top movement comprising multiple rope swings and zip lines. Mushrif Park also has a swimming pool complex, and one of them is dedicatedly built for children.
The horse riding school inside the park, dedicated cycling trails, and a bike facility are also available to enhance your entertainment. Sports enthusiasts will highly appreciate the football field, volleyball courts, and basketball courts inside the park.
If you are in the central city area and have explored the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, and Dubai
Opera House and are looking for a nearby park to have some rest, then Burj Park is the best pick for you. The park offers soothing views of the fountain from Burj Lake.
Burj Park is the best area for photography. A landscaped green space, artificial island,
lakefront promenade are the main attractions you can explore here.