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Biopark Visitor Info & Tickets

We look forward to seeing you soon at the ABQ BioPark.

Timed-Entry Tickets

Single Site Timed-Entry Tickets Now Required. Purchase Link Coming Soon.



  • Carousel, Pedal Boats, and Trains are closed until further notice


  • Zoo and Botanic Garden:
    9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. daily.
    Park closes at 5:00 p.m
  • Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, and Dec. 25.
  • Tingley Beach:
    Daily from sunrise to sunset.

What's New?

The ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden is scheduled to reopen daily to New Mexico BioPark Society members beginning June 2, 2020, then on June 9 to the general public.

  • Members, please Click Here to order your free timed-entry tickets to visit the Botanic Garden for the week of June 2 through 8.

Tingley Beach is also scheduled to reopen to the public on June 9. The BioPark Zoo remains closed until further notice.

The Shark Reef Cafe will offer limited dining and the garden gift shop will welcome guests inside. You can order from online ahead of time from the Shark Reef Cafe for dine in or carry out. Only outdoor spaces of the gardens will be open. Reopening of indoor spaces, including the Aquarium, is planned to occur in the coming weeks.

For health and safety reasons, BioPark occupancy is limited and will be managed through the use of single-site timed-entry tickets. A purchase link for non-members is coming soon. Combo Tickets are unavailable at this time.

  • Face masks are required for all guests ages 3 and up
  • No gatherings of more than five people are allowed
  • Restrooms are open but drinking fountains are turned off. Please bring your own water bottle filled with water or purchase it at the BioPark.
  • Other important BioPark rules and regulations

Since space is limited, please obtain your timed-entry tickets in advance for one of two planned experiences: a Zoo Trek or Garden Walk.

  • The Zoo Trek, which will be offered once the Zoo reopens, is a 1.3 mile one-way path through the outdoor areas of the Zoo. It begins in The Americas and continues through carnivores, followed by elephants, giraffes, Africa, and the Ape Walk. Please note that all indoor exhibits (Penguin Chill, reptiles and Life on a Limb) and the Australia section will remain closed until further notice. Estimated visit time is two hours.
  • The Garden Walk, available beginning June 9 to the general public, is a 1-mile route through many of the most beautiful areas of the Botanic Garden, including the Festival Green, High Desert Rose Garden, Japanese Gardens, Heritage Farm, and walled gardens. Please note that the Fantasy Garden, Bugarium, Butterfly Pavillion, conservatories, and farm buildings remain closed until further notice. Estimated visit time is 2 hours. View a map of the Garden Walk.

Single Site Ticket Prices

Adults - $10 (New Mexico Residents*), $14.50 (Non-Residents)

Seniors (65+) - $5.50 (New Mexico Residents*), $7.50 (Non-Residents)

Youth (3-12) - $5 (New Mexico Residents*), $6 (Non-Residents)

Children (2 and under) and Members - Free

  • The ABQ BioPark does not offer refunds.
  • Rain checks are not given due to weather. Be sure to check the weather and plan your trip accordingly
  • *The following qualifies as current proof of residency: current New Mexico driver's license or current utility bill in your name showing New Mexico address and a photo I.D.

Military Discount

Available to active and non-active personnel with military ID.

  • $2 off general admission tickets for adults
  • $1 off general admission tickets for youth ages 3-12

Field Trips, Group Ticket Sales, and Reciprocal Membership Discounts

Due to our reduced capacity and other health-related directives, we are currently unable to schedule Field Trips or offer reciprocal membership discounts and group ticket sales. These opportunities are planned to resume in the coming weeks and this site will be updated when they become available.

For more information, e-mail [email protected].