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Albuquerque Biological Park

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Albuquerque Biological Park

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2601 Central Ave NW, Albuquerque, NM 87104-1615
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Albuquerque Hot Air Balloon Ride at Sunrise

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Get the best possible views of the Albuquerque area without the expense of a helicopter tour. By heading out at sunrise in a hot air balloon, you'll be able to watch and snap photos as the sun's first rays fall on the dramatic landscape of the Sandia Mountains. Dip low over the mighty Rio Grande while listening to commentary on the area's geology and environment from your pilot. Then land for breakfast and sparkling wine.
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777aaa wrote a review Mar 2020
Edgewood, New Mexico169 contributions28 helpful votes
This was our first visit to the zoo part of the park. We mostly enjoyed the experience. Several animal areas were the highlights of our visit: the penguins, the giraffes and the orangutans. Several areas were closed which we'd like to visit another time. We got lunch at a cafe on the grounds which, although expensive, was quite good. We'll go again, especially if we have family visiting with children.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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William P wrote a review Jan 2020
Edgewood, New Mexico61 contributions38 helpful votes
If I've got this straight, the bio park includes the zoo, the botanical gardens, and I think some more. You can buy tickets to see part or all. (See website for details). If you see it all, it should take you all day, and you may be tired when you leave, but it's all interesting. It's a great place to bring out-of-town company to entertain them. I've been dragged to the place several times when we have family come to visit, and I enjoy it every time.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Jackie K wrote a review Jan 2020
106 contributions18 helpful votes
A small zoo with Lots of interesting animals in well kept areas. The giraffe and elephant areas are popular as well as the polar bears.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Kim W wrote a review Dec 2019
Los Lunas, New Mexico249 contributions85 helpful votes
We visited the River of Lights in December and it was a magical experience. Laser lights and globe lighting in the Japanese Garden was awe-inspiring. There were even carolers singing Christmas songs and a miniature train carrying Christmas trees! It's cold, so make sure you wear warm clothes, so you won't be shivering!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mike M wrote a review Dec 2019
Shreveport, Louisiana34 contributions14 helpful votes
The Albuquerque River of Lights at the downtown arboretum is a must see lights display for young and old. Rated as the number 6 display in the U.S. the walking tour will take at least an hour to see. Train rides are an option for those who want to see the lights without the walk. You will have to do some walking to see everything though. The accessible trails and gentle slopes make the park a good place for everyone to enjoy. Parking may be tight for late arrivals, but shuttle buses are available.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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