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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:Learn about the BioPark's Master Plan and its proposed changes.caption:Learn about the BioPark's Master Plan and its proposed changes.caption:Our youngest elephant calf, Jazmine, explores her exhibit.

Notice: The New Mexico BioPark Society has created a Tasmanian Reward and Security Equipment Fund. Learn more at NMBPS.ORG.

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

Latest News

Read more ABQ BioPark news stories.

BioPark Protects Snake Thought to Be Extinct in NM

BioPark Protects Snake Thought to Be Extinct in NM

The zoo finds rare northern Mexican gartersnakes and establishes a breeding program.

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Snow Leopard Twins Venturing Into Exhibit

Snow Leopard Twins Venturing Into Exhibit

Kachina and her cubs explore their habitat at the Zoo.

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Northern Mexican Gartersnake Back from Extinction

Northern Mexican Gartersnake Back from Extinction

BioPark experts discover and protect a rare snake from southern New Mexico.

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Giraffe Calf Named "Abiquiu" and Baby Orangutan is a Boy

Giraffe Calf Named "Abiquiu" and Baby Orangutan is a Boy

Guests and Facebook fans help name and welcome zoo babies.

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The Blue Tree Project Visits Tingley Beach

The Blue Tree Project Visits Tingley Beach

Tree conservation is highlighted in this temporary art installation.

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