The Maize Maze Returns to Albuquerque on Weekends in October

Help support wildlife & educational programs at the farm by exploring an 8-acre fractal maze and other family fun activities

Fractal Maze Now Open on Weekends in October

  • 8-Acre Fractal Maze
  • Pumpkins & Pumpkin Painting
  • Adobe Fractal Building
  • Food Trucks & Treats

Closing day is Friday Oct. 31st 3-6PM

Maze Tickets

Kids age 3 & under : Free!
Kids aged 4 — 12 years : $5
Adults — $8
Quarantine — $20

We Accept All Credit Cards

Maze Hours

Fridays : 3pm – 6pm (Oct. 31st is final day)
Saturdays : 11am-6pm
Sundays : 11am-6pm

After dark check out Quarantine Collapse (every night through Nov. 1st)

Maze FAQ

Have a question about visiting the maze?View FAQs

Directions

1701 Montaño Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107

Driving :

From the intersection of Montaño and 4th St, head west on Montaño for one mile .
Turn right onto Tierra Viva, and parking will be on your left.
NOTE : Rio Grande Boulevard and Montaño Road do not connect! Montaño Road is accessible from 4th Street or Coors Boulevard.

Bicycling :

From the Paseo del Bosque Bike Trail, ride east on Montaño for about one mile.
Turn left onto Tierra Viva.

After dark the Blackout Theatre Company presents a haunting experience in the maze.

Tickets are $20. Opens at 7pm. Must be 13 or older. Learn More

We would like to thank our long time Partner, City of Albuquerque – Open Space Division
and the Fractal Foundation, this year’s Educational Partner. We would also like to thank Blackout Theatre Company for the special performance of Quarantine in place of our Haunted Maze. We would also like to thank our 2014 sponsors: New Mexico Educator’s FCU, Lavender in the VillagePresbyterian Healthcare, Soo Bak Foods, 99.5 Magic FM, NASH FM 92.3 KRST and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science.