Small but cute aquarium. This is part of the "Biopark," and shares space with the botanical garden. For one price ($12 for out of state adults, cheaper for NM and kids), you get admission to both. There isn't an option to just buy a ticket to one.
There are some displays with Rio Grande aquatic life, as well as a touch pool, sting rays, sharks, tropical fish, jellies, sea horses, and massive displays of Atlantic and Pacific reef systems. Employees were friendly and it was interesting to read the information accompanying exhibits.
I was glad that we went and I would say it's worth a trip in NM.
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