5 totally lit reasons to visit Dubai Garden Glow this winter!
Filed on January 22, 2020
It's that time of year when the UAE weather Gods are smiling and staying at home is an absolute crime. So put on your best winter fashion and head down to the mesmerizing Dubai Garden Glow with your family in tow. Here's five reasons to make your day super cool.
The Glow that gets you
Millions of energy saving bulbs light up this largest glow-in-dark garden called The Glow Park. The chilly weather is just the right time to enjoy its larger-than-life installations. They're just as breathtaking in real as they are on your phone with #nofilter, ofcourse. Nestled within is also The Art Park - an eco-friendly marvel where tons of recyclable material has been transformed into stunning pieces of art.
Dinosaurs make a comeback
Dubbed as the biggest dinosaur park, it brings alive more than 120 animatronic Dinosaurs. From revisiting their life journey at the Dino-lab to getting awed by their skeletons at the Dinosaur Museum and of course, clicking a selfie with the Dinos - it's informative, interactive and most of all, a lot of fun!
Add a little magic to your life
Spook your Insta followers with the mesmerizing optical illusions at The Magic Park. The season 5 is bigger and better with over 25 eye-popping illusions to bring out your quirky side. 'Hangout' in an upside-down coffee shop or disappear into thin air and a lot more - live your fantasies and let the world see it too.
Ice Age for all ages
At below minus 7 degrees, your winter chills will hit a new high at the magical Ice Park made of 5000 tonnes of ice. The huge icy sculptures of wild animals is a thrilling adventure that needs first-hand experience.
Make your winter cooler
The DGG also hosts musical shows and performances from some of the best talents in the UAE. And when all of this leaves you hungry, enjoy the world delicacies at the large food pavilion.
Dubai Garden Glow is truly a unique combination of science, research, adventure and excitement for children of all ages.
This content comes from KT Engage, the brand marketing unit of Khaleej Times.