ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Biopark is celebrating its 25th anniversary of the Aquarium and Plant Garden. A.D. In 1996, they both merged to form the Rio Grande Zoo, creating the ABQ BioPark.
It has something for everyone. Allison Zah is also a guest manager at Biopark. She explained, “He brought all nature together to explore the oceans, to learn about the wonders of plants, to see the wonders of the zoo.
Biopark staff are waiting to celebrate how far the park has come in 25 years. Some visitors say that they come at every opportunity. Michel Pallasios Visitor
To commemorate December 5th, guests sharing the birthday of Biopark are free, Oters received some special promotions, and more. Zah shares, “We are very special in a few places like Biopark in the world, let alone the United States, so we are really proud of what we have created here over 25 years.
If you missed it, Biopark plans to continue the festival throughout the year. During the year we will have many events and activities related to the 25th anniversary, we will taste a little bit of the history of everything we have done over the past 25 years.
Workers say there will be money to make further improvements this year along with the general receipt tax. “As we go through this Master Plan process, we have received another ten years of financial support from this tax and I am very excited to see how much this space will change and grow,” Zah said.
Next month, the park will celebrate the Sea Turtles. You can still find the Light River in the Garden until December 30th.
The Light River event will have timely tickets. They must also purchase online in advance.
- Monday-Thursday: $ 14 Adults, $ 7 Children 3-12
- Friday-Sunday: $ 17 adults, $ 9 children 3-12
- For 2 and under (ticket not required)
Also note that tickets are only valid for the date and time specified on the ticket. Pre-entry is not available and the last entry is at 9 pm No ticket refund is available because Berhane River is a fundraiser.