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Albuquerque - ABQ BioPark Botanic Garden

2601 Central North West

Explore over one and a half miles of paths through formal and whimsical gardens designed to delight your senses.

The Botanic Garden offers several opportunities to experience more at the grounds, from tours of the Japanese Garden to music at the Heritage Farm.

Other BioPark Activities:

  • Programs for teachers to enhance field trips to the BioPark.
  • Evening activities at the BioPark.
  • Daily activities and feeding times at the Zoo
  • Activities at the Aquarium


Billie Stephens

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
We always enjoy coming here, we all had a wonderful . On this trip I was a chaperone, all the kids had lots of questions I was able to answer and help them learn, it was fun. Bring a lunch sit in the grassy area and enjoy the big fields, the peacefulness. Would be better if there was a little more seating the ground was wet so if you want to come bring something to sit on I suggest a large trash bag and then use the bag to put your trash in and can throw it away help keep this beautiful place clean.

Christie Haggard

Friday, May 11, 2018
We love this place. It’s a great way to spend a mild morning. It’s beautiful and fragrant. The kids love it to. I like that they can run around in the grassy areas and get some energy out.

Marylynn Carrasco

Sunday, May 6, 2018
I come here and leave feeling so peaceful and am totally inspired to make my years a garden. It is so beautiful with a truly amazing array of trees, flowers, shrubs, and there are many animals that live here as well. It is remarkable almost all year with springtime being my favorite. My daughter enjoyed their weeklong summer camp last summer as well. A real treasure!

Patrick Brenner

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
The combination of the botanical gardens with the aquarium is pretty neat. The fish in the aquarium look healthy and well taken care of. There's quite the variety of species, too. For two kids and dad, it cost $15. We'll have to do it again soon. The gardens are beautiful. Not a lot of noise, so they're also relaxing. Haven't done anything other than a stroll, although I'm sure a picnic would be swell.

Jeremiah Bennett

Tuesday, April 17, 2018
This place has gotten to be very beautiful and much more improved. I recommend visiting the Japanese garden area. Hidden trails and off beaten paths will lead you to beautiful mini gardens within the garden. If you're looking for a beautiful area to take photos I recommend here.

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