Dubai Municipality has issued revised timings for the Quranic Park and the Dubai Frame.Named one of the World's Greatest Places by 'Time' magazine, the world's first Quran-inspired park, in Al Khawaneej, first opened in March 2019.
It closed temporarily to the public in March 2020 because of health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19 but re-opened in May, with safety measures in place.Attractions inside include a man-made cave that uses interactive technology to illustrate the miracles related in the Quran and a Glass House, which boasts 29 plants and trees mentioned in the Quran and the Sunnah.
Now it's proved so popular with visitors that opening times have been revised.The 64 hectare green space opens 8am-10pm Saturday to Thursday and from 3pm-10pm Fridays. The Glass House and Cave of Miracles welcome visitors daily from 3pm to 9pm.
Entry to the park is free and visitors looking to explore the two attractions pay an entrance fee of AED 5 per person.Dubai Frame will be open from Saturday to Friday from 9am to 9pm.