Umm Al Emarat Park is the largest green space in the heart of Abu Dhabi, a family-friendly meeting place for communities across the city.
While enjoying a diverse line-up of community and wellness events, multi-purpose venues and diverse dining experiences.
Our green destination is a host to the capital’s biggest events and shows. Our park also supports education though recreation with year-round programing and attractions designed for all ages. Umm Al Emarat Park continues to be a favorite and regular target for those looking to unplug from the city and connect with nature.
To further contribute to Abu Dhabi’s standing as a leading tourist destination, in line with the Government Accelerators Program - Ghadan 2021 plan.
To provide the community with a wholesome and well maintained outdoor venue.
To commemorate the Late Sheikh Zayed’s legacy by preserving a valuable part of the nation’s natural history.
We host more than 50 events per year.
visitors per year.
Total space of 179,000 (m²).
Restaurants, cafés, and grab-and-go eateries.
trees and plants.
students from 250 schools visiting the Park yearly.
1,467 people signed the large plaque designed by the Ministry of Tolerance in cooperation with Etihad Airways at Umm Al Emarat Park.
1,817 people from different segments of the UAE community came together to set the new record of the world’s longest handshake at Umm Al Emarat Park. The initiative was launched by the Abu Dhabi Police’s Youth Council.
2,586 sweet treats were served at the World of Food Abu Dhabi food festival, part of the Department of Culture and Tourism’s Abu Dhabi Culinary Season, held at Umm Al Emarat Park, which broke the record of 'Most Varieties of Dessert on Display'.
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