A Relaxing Day at Burj Park

If you’re looking for a great spot to spend the day with family or friends and enjoy Dubai’s scenery, Burj Park in Downtown Dubai is the best place to go. You’ll enjoy numerous exclusive activities, as the park is home to many one-of-a-kind experiences.

This detailed guide will provide you with all the information you need to plan for an exciting day at Burj Park from the legendary Emaar.

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About Burj Park

Burj Park is a popular attraction that hosts some of the city’s most anticipated events. Some of the elaborate events in Burj Park include Market OTB, a winter market held during the Dubai Shopping Festival, and other events such as exclusive concerts, luxury product launches, and fashion shows.

It is also close to some of Dubai’s most iconic attractions, like the Sky Views Observatory.


Burj Park is located at the base of Burj Khalifa along the Dubai Fountain and is accessible by bridges from the main Downtown area.

Nearby Metro Stations

The Dubai Mall Metro Station is the nearest metro station to the park.


Burj Park is open to the public 24/7. 

Ticket Price

Burj Park’s entry is free of charge, which is one of the most amazing aspects about the park. In addition, the park is pet-friendly so can bring your furry friend along for the ride.

Top Things to Do in and Around Burj Park

  1. Take a picture with the Wings of Mexico

To capture the memory of the day with you forever, your first stop should be Burj Park Wings. The Wings of Mexico, created by Mexican artist Jorge Marin, is perfectly set before the Burj Khalifa, making it one of the most instagrammable spots in Dubai. So go, climb the steps and fly freely above the iconic park.

burj park wings
  1. Try cycling around the park

The Byky street bike rental service in Burj Khalifa Park is your solution for a healthy and affordable way to tour the park and visit various sites. If you’ve been to any European city and enjoyed cycling around, you’ll like this bike rental service. The park has bicycle stands allowing visitors to hire a bike 24/7.

  • Cost: AED 15 for 30 minutes and AED 80 for 24 hours
  1. Go on a magical ride in the Dubai Fountain Lake 

Do you want to enjoy a ride in the water? The iconic lake ride across the Dubai Fountain lake is just the right choice for you. In a traditional “Abra,” take a short trip and enjoy the unprecedented views of Burj Khalifa and other mesmerizing landmarks surrounding Downtown Dubai.

  • Opening hours: Daily 05:45 pm – 11:30 pm; the last boat departs 30 minutes before closing time
  • Ticket cost: AED 65 per person
  1. Stroll Along the Dubai Fountain Boardwalk 

The boardwalk is a floating platform within the Dubai Fountain that allows visitors to get closer to Dubai Fountain’s captivating performance. Visitors can stroll from Burj Park or the Fountain promenade along the 272-meter boardwalk to get to the nearest point to the fountain, which is only 9 meters away! 

  1. Explore Dubai Mall

Your next stop has to be Dubai Mall, one of the biggest malls in Dubai and the world. The Dubai Mall has shopping options that accommodate all budgets and tastes. Not only that, a lot of entertainment choices are waiting for you when it comes to leisure time like:

  • The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo.
  • The Dubai Ice Rink
  • The Dubai Dino Park
  • The VR Park
  • The 22-screen Reel Cinemas.
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Best Nearby Restaurants

Are you done running around the park and want to sit down and enjoy a hot meal? Here are some of the nearest restaurants:

  • The Meat Co
  • 3BK Restaurant 
  • Hurricane’s Grill
  • Social House 
  • Shake Shack
  • Abd Al Wahab

You can check out all the best breakfast places in Downtown Dubai from Property Finder.

Contact Details

+971 (0)4 567 2030

Burj Park is a great spot to relax and unwind in the heart of Downtown Dubai, while enjoying the mesmerizing landmarks. You don’t have to search google for every detail anymore, this guide has everything you need to know to plan your day.

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