ABQ BioPark Aquarium, Albuquerque
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
Watch the ultimate predator at ABQ BioPark Aquarium while standing safely behind a giant viewing window. The shark tank is the centerpiece of the aquarium, which showcases five different kinds of sharks. For another view of the sea, visit the Pacific coral reef tunnel where you walk through an alleyway surrounded by water teeming with life. Consider a guided tour of the shark/ray encounter, where you can get up close to rays and bamboo sharks. You'll also have the chance to see divers in the water feeding the inhabitants. Round out your day with a film at the aquarium theater. Take a look at our Albuquerque trip generator to schedule your visit to ABQ BioPark Aquarium and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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The Biopark offers a multi dimensional experience , walking trails , waterfall , and a variety oftrees and flowers . There is a Japanese Garden , a Healing garden. a farm with homestead and animals , ... read more »
The bio park was outstanding the butterfly exhibit was very very good. there were plenty to see and take photos of. The plant life through out the part was well marked it was great value for the money... read more »
Very interesting, educational, and fun. I am glad we visited the aquarium. It also seems to be very family and kid friendly.
We paid $25 for 2 adults and a 2 year old. I have to say it was THE BEST $25 I've spent. Sadly we never made it to the zoo portion. But the aquarium was a nice sight, scariest lobsters I've ever seen, and I never thought is see multiple sharks that close up. I'd rather come here than SeaWorld to be honest. All in all great place to escape the heat and distract the kiddos. They also have restaurant at the end of the exhibit, however I can't comment on it as we didn't dine there
I have never written a review....and I'm doing it now... because that's how bad this experience was. Don't waste your time! Overcrowded, kids screaming, can't even see most of the exhibits because of overcrowding. We waited in line for 30 minutes. Paid $25 and couldn't buy a combo ticket for the train and zoo at 12:05...they stop selling them at noon...see went through the whole thing in 10 minutes or less....not worth $25
I live in Albuquerque and I visit all 3 places often, always different things to see. I really love the Butterfly Pavilion and the Japanese Garden. The hippos at the Zoo are awesome!
Good place to kill an afternoon. The aquarium is very tranquil place to relax. Don't like that there didn't seem to be a good pedestrian flow. I had to constantly dodge people coming in the opposite directions in narrow corridors.
Hector E Gonzalez
Beautiful park I drove my family from El paso just to visit and it's wonderful how a walk in this park get us beautiful memories to visit again. Thank you
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