Visit the Maize Maze!
- 8-Acre Field – 3.8 mile Maze!
- Interactive Art
- Pumpkins & Pumpkin Painting
- Snacks & Drinks
- Educational Programming
- Giant Games
- Live Music
- Special Events
Kids age 3 & under : Free!
Kids age 4 — 12 years : $7
Adults — $10
Tickets online soon or at the event—cash or card accepted.
BIRDS, BALLOONS & BREAKFAST BENEFIT 10/12
An early October morning on the Farm is something we
thank the universe for because of the beauty it brings!
It happens to be a time when the birds all gather in the
fields, balloons fly by up above, and nothing makes a
morning better than that other than an Albuquerque
breakfast burrito and locally roasted coffee!
FALL FEAST 10/17
Harvest time in New Mexico may be one of the most enjoyable experiences in the history of tastebuds. Now pair that with some wine and an enchanting farm land-
scape and you have Fall Feast.
VINTAGE TRUCK & TRACTOR FESTIVAL 10/20
Come see your Grandpa’s old tractor and that truck
you always wished to have at the first ever Vintage
Truck & Tractor Festival! Accompanied by Live Music, Food, Beer, and Games!
Sign Up to Show Your Truck or Tractor
SUNDAY MORNIN MARKET 10/27
Speaking of Harvest Season in New Mexico, come see what a variety of farms across the region have to market. Learn from educational booths, and shop at the craft booths or have a craft beer!
Come to the fun, family friendly event complete with a pumpkin carving and costume contest
DIA DE LOS DINNER 11/1
Dia de los Muertos themed dinner in the maze!
1701 Montaño Road NW
Albuquerque, NM 87107
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.
From the Paseo del Bosque Bike Trail, ride east on Montaño for about one mile.
Turn left onto Tierra Viva.
Sandia Laboratories Federal Credit Union
Elaine’s Creative Hair
Sun by nauraicon from the Noun Project
Flower soil by Ben Davis from the Noun Project
Seed by Jaime Serra from the Noun Project