As part of the ABQ BioPark , this is an awesome orchestration of natural wonder. Sleek and graceful sharks glide about their ... More
ABQ BioPark Aquarium
As part of the ABQ BioPark , this is an awesome orchestration of natural wonder. Sleek and graceful sharks glide about their sovereignty, a 285,000-gallon climate controlled, simulated natural habitat. Saltwater from the Gulf of Mexico is contained and capsulated in this state-of-the-art facility which brings life from the exotic seas to the high desert. Among the oceanic life exhibited, you will see stingrays, sand tigers, sea horses and sea dragons. Albuquerque Aquarium is definitely a must-visit to marvel at the aquatic life!
This place is great. The aquarium is all indoors were its cool. You can purchase dual tickets to the aquarium and zoo and botanical gardens. its all beatiful. Its hot during the summer at the zoo but its large and the exhibits are verey nice. my family loved it. im going again today. may be the last time since my son is transfering to california
Lots of displays and information signs - cool and all indoors! 2 levels.
Tons of small fish, also jellyfish, and a huge shark/ray tank.
Skip the restaurant, the servers were overwhelmed, the tables were left piled with dishes for over an hour, and the food wasn't anything special.
Gift shop was very nice!
Admission price includes the botanical gardens too!
I like eveything about our visit, especially the Aquarium, it was awsome! I was there last August and I can wait to go back, I will be visit again in june, I also liked old time, it has eveything to choose from. The place looks so fantastic. I love the to look at New Mexico in the night, its so beautiful. I want to come and make this my home someday. Everyone is friendly! Thank you for making my time worth it.
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