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
Day Maze 10 am-6pm
Kids age 3 & under : Free!
Kids age 4 — 12 years : $7
Adults — $10
Night Maze 6pm-10pm Fri/Sat
Kids (must be accompanied by adult) : $12
Adults — $15
Tickets HERE or at the event—cash or card accepted.
BIKE IN MOVIE NIGHT 10/25
Cruise your bike or broom in to see the Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus” presented by Go Wicked Kettle Corn and Bosque Brewing. After the movie, Buddhafunk will put a spell on you with a dance party. Ride from the UNM Duck Pond with Critical Mass. Bike or broom in and save 20%!
MAZE-N-MUSIC FESTIVAL 10/26
After the Farmstrong 5k, New Mexico’s premier bands take to the stage for the Maze-N-Music Festival. Music from Gabriel Tafoya, Stanlie Kee, Good Green, Dirty Brown Jug Band, Concepto Tambor, Le Chat Lunatique, and Saturday Night Fever Blister! Steelbender Brewing and Sidetrack Brewing will keep your thirst quenched and Pop Fizz and Nomad’s BBQ will keep keep you fed. There will Costume Contest, games, dance offs, and an all around spooktacular time.Get your tickets to the Maze-N-Music Festival
VINTAGE TRUCK & TRACTOR FESTIVAL 10/27
Come see your Grandpa’s old tractor and that truck
you always wished to have at the first ever Vintage
Truck & Tractor Festival! Live Music from Lenore Armijo, Lara Manzanares, Felix y Los Gatos, & Rudy Boy Experiment, Food, Beer from Sidetrack Brewing and The Craftroom, Games, Raffels, and more!
Sign Up to Show Your Truck or Tractor
Come to the fun, family friendly event complete with a pumpkin carving and costume contest, and cider from The Craftroom.
DIA DE LOS DINNER 11/1
Dia de los Muertos themed dinner in the maze with food from The Munchie Truck and Supper Truck and music by Burque Sol!
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.
Sun by nauraicon from the Noun Project
Flower soil by Ben Davis from the Noun Project
Seed by Jaime Serra from the Noun Project