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Quranic Park Dubai: Timings, Activities, Tickets & More

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Written By Arabiers Digital & Reviewed by Robeena Brown

June 03, 2024 | 13 min read

The Quranic Park in Dubai is the only park of its kind in the world and its creation is inspired by the holy book of Quran. The UAE is an Islamic country and so the park is very important to the people there and also to visitors who want to learn about the Islamic religion. This is because the park consists of plants, caves and trees that are mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah.

When you buy tickets to this park and go there, you will learn more about the Arabic culture and the teaching of Mozes and Prophet Uzair. Every type of traveller is allowed to visit the park so whether you are a Muslim or you are of another faith you can still go there.

You also get to explore the beautiful orchard garden and the Moses lake which has pathways on all its side where you can walk and enjoy the beautiful sceneries.


Where is Quranic Park in Dubai?


The Quranic park is located in Al Khawaneej which is opposite Mushrif Park. You will find it along Al Warqa road just next to the Last Exit Al Khawaneej by Meraas.

The park has an area of 60 hectares’ and is divided into four sections, with each of them having unique themes and serving different purposes.

The four sections include:

  • A Lake
  • Orchards
  • Glasshouse
  • Cave of Miracles

What is found in the Park?

Quranic park has a glasshouse, the cave of miracles, an orchard garden and a lake that is divided into two and with a walkway in the middle of it.

The glasshouse there houses plants that are mentioned on the Islamic traditions and the Quran. When you go to the cave, you will learn about the miracles given by God to all prophets in the Quran and Islamic traditions. Each section of the cave tells you about specific miraculous incidents with the help of animated videos and sound effects to make it more interesting.

At the orchard garden you will find plants that are mentioned in the holy book and the Sunnah that survive in the desert such as the Sidr tree and pomegranate. Plants that do not survive in the desert are grown in the Glasshouse so you will find some varieties there.

The park also has two play areas where children between 2 and 12 can play. If you like cycling or jogging, you can do it along the track that surrounds the park. There is also a cafeteria where you can go and take something as you relax and enjoy views of the park.


Best Time to Visit the Quranic Park


The Quranic park is open every day so you can go there any day that you are available. It is however best to go to the park during weekdays because on weekends there are usually many visitors there so the queues are usually long especially the one to enter the caves.

Quran Park Timing

Saturday to Thursdays – 8:00 am to 10:00 pm
Fridays – 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm


Ticket Prices of Quranic Park


Entering the Quranic Park is free for all people but when you want to enter the Glasshouse and the cave you will need to pay some entry fees. The cave and the Glasshouse have separate tickets that cost 5 AED each so if you want to visit both places you will pay 10 AED to get the two tickets.

You can talk to a reputable Dubai travel agency to help you get tickets to the park and to also create an itinerary for you to visit the nearby attractions.

You may use your NOL card to pay for the tickets and if you don’t have cash in your card you can recharge is at the counter that is outside the Cave of Miracles.


How to Reach Quranic Park?


You can use either the public transport or drive yourself to the Quranic Park in Al Khaweej. When using the bus, use the bus lines F05 AND F06 and then walk from the bus stops near the park. If you want to use the metro, alight at the Centerpoint station on the red line and take a 10 minute RTA taxi to arrive at the park.

If you are driving, use the Al Khail Road and then to the Sheik Zayed Bin Hamdan Al Nahyan Street /D54, and head toward the Mizhar neighbourhood where you will find the entrance to the park.

The best way to get to the park is to drive yourself because when you use public transport, you will walk for about 2 kilometres when you get off the bus. Parking is free at the park so when you come with a car you will not worry about the parking fees.


Conclusion


The Quranic park helps people to learn about the culture, traditions and the Islamic faith. The park is one of the best places to visit you get introduced to the Islamic traditions and also understand the Quran in a simpler manner.

The park is not yet complete and once it is fully developed, there will be an Umrah corner which will show the rituals of the Islamic pilgrimage to the mecca.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


You can book in advance to go to the Quranic park but it is not a must. You can just go there and only buy tickets to the Glasshouse and the Caves at the counter in their entrances.

Get in a metro and alight at the Center point Metro Station and then walk to the park.

No, you are not charged any entry fees to the park but if you want to enter the glasshouse of the Cave of miracles you will have to pay for separate tickets.

If you want to enter the Glasshouse you will pay 5 AED and to enter the Cave of Miracles you pay another 5 AED. All other places in the park are free to enter.

When you visit the Quran Park you will see:

  • Islamic Garden
  • Miracle Garden
  • Holy Quran Oasis
  • Quranic Botanical Garden
  • Children’s Play Area
  • Mosque
  • Amphitheater
  • Food Stalls and Shops.

Yes, you are allowed to take out your phone or camera and take photos when in the Quran Park.