A new attraction based in Al Khawaneej in Dubai has opened its doors and it is free to visit.
Called the Quran Park, the 60-hectares green garden features an Islamic Garden, a glass house where visitors can learn about plants listed in the Holy Quran, and a miracle cave where advanced interactive technology educates visitors of all ages about seven miracles from the Holy Book.
Dubai Municipality posted a video on Instagram showing visitors interacting with the new green space in the emirate that educates about the Holy Quran. The post reads, “Visit the park to discover many of the wonderful meanings & miracles mentioned in the Holy Quran.”
Besides Islamic education facilities, the space also features two dedicated children’s play areas, hi-tech solar panel trees to provide shade to visitors, free Wi-Fi and mobile charging points.
Hussain Nasser Lootah, Director General of Dubai Municipality, said, “The mission of the Quran Park is to contribute in enhancing the cultural and educational role of Islamic heritage through localisation of the plants mentioned in the Holy Quran and Sunnah and the embodiment of Islamic heritage.”
The new park sound like a perfect family edutainment day out.