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The ABQ BioPark Zoo, Botanic Garden, Tingley Beach, and Aquarium provide fun, educational experiences and encourage environmental awareness and stewardship.

caption:Learn about the BioPark's Master Plan and its proposed changes.caption:Birds swim at Tingley Beach. Photo by Alex MC Tran.caption:Our youngest elephant calf, Jazmine, explores her exhibit.caption:Get up close with the BioPark's naturally amazing plants and animals at Camp BioPark this summer.

Tickets & Visitor Information

For the Zoo, Aquarium, and Botanic Garden


Closed: Jan. 1, Thanksgiving, and Dec. 25.


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BioPark Highlights

Zoo

Open daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: 903 Tenth SW, 87102

Botanic Garden

Open daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: 2601 Central NW, 87104

Aquarium

Open daily 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Location: 2601 Central NW, 87104

Tingley Beach

Open year-round from sunrise to sunset.
Location: 1800 Tingley Drive SW, 87102

Extended Summer Hours: June-August. Zoo, Aquarium and Botanic Garden are open until 6 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays, and summer holidays (Memorial Day, July 4, & Labor Day).

Latest News

Read more ABQ BioPark news stories.

BioPark Summertime Activities Now Open

BioPark Summertime Activities Now Open

Extended Weekend Hours and Hands-on Activities Make Memorable Visits

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Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day May 17

Celebrate International Migratory Bird Day May 17

Discover Migratory Birds and Their Amazing Navigation

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BioPark Announces 2014 Summer Music Lineup

BioPark Announces 2014 Summer Music Lineup

Great local bands and national award winners scheduled

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Botanic Garden Hosts New Iris Fiesta

Botanic Garden Hosts New Iris Fiesta

Flower Show Features Late Spring’s Showiest Blooms

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City of Albuquerque Welcomes Tasmanian Devils to Zoo

City of Albuquerque Welcomes Tasmanian Devils to Zoo

BioPark is one of only two U.S. facilities to house the species.

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