Things to do in Taos

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    Taos Pueblo

    27 reviews

    The Taos Pueblo is, in all likelihood, one of the oldest buildings in North America. Set along a tributary of the Rio Grande, this complex, beautiful and imposing adobe structure is the most significant tourist attraction in Taos and is fantastic place to purchase Native American art. It is closed in early spring for religious rites, which I found out, ...

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  • 2

    Taos Plaza

    15 reviews

    Good meeting point, as it is surrounded by restaurants, hotels and shops. It also hosts live music from time to time.

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    Rio Grande Gorge Bridge

    13 reviews

    If you don't like heights, you probably won't like this view either. Otherwise, it is a wonder of the West. About 10 miles from Taos, this route adds another scenic way to drive from Taos to Snta Fe and you could make a quick stop at the baths at Ojo Caliente. The bridge has parking at both ends, so you ...

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    San Francisco de Asis

    12 reviews

    A highlight of any trip to New Mexico. Photographed byAnsel Adams and painted by Georgia O'Keefe. I consider my photo here as one of the highlights of my collection and we have a framed print in our home

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  • 5

    Taos Historic Museums: Blumenschein Home & Museum

    10 reviews

    Fascinating. Early 1900s home of two world class artists at the formation stage of Taos as an artist colony. I enjoyed the architecture, handpainted decor, and the valuable art by the Blumenscheins.

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  • 6

    Martinez Hacienda

    8 reviews

    The Martinez Hacienda was built around 1800 and was a trading post between New and Old Mexico. It was built with stout walls surrounding courtyards and was designed to be a refuge against Comanche attacks. The self-guided tour takes in the living quarters, granary and blacksmiths shop.

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  • 7

    Twirl Toy Store and Play Space

    6 reviews

    This is a public playground offered by a local toy store with fanciful climbing and bouncing apparatus. My grand-kids love going there, plead to go there, and cry when they can't.

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  • 8

    Taos Art Museum

    5 reviews

    Nicolas Fechin was a famous Russian painter who came to Taos in 1927. Along with his love of painting he was an incredible builder. He built Fechin House between 1927 and 1933. He carved every piece of wood in the house. Every room is stunning. Fechin House and garden is now part of the Taos Art Museum. Take time to ...

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  • 9

    Angel Fire Country Club

    4 reviews

    Great food but a bit pricey.

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  • 10

    Taos Ski Valley Inc.

    3 reviews

    Wonderful mountain, hardly ever any lines.

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    Taos Pueblo

    2 reviews
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  • 12

    Los Rios River Runners

    2 reviews

    Choose from a variety of wonderful river runs -- smooth and easy, to heart-pumping fun! A great family outing!

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  • 13

    Carson National Forest

    2 reviews

    Dozens and dozens of breath-taking, exhilarating hikes await you!

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  • 14

    Governor Bent House Museum

    2 reviews

    One of the most important historical locations in Taos. This is where Charles Bent, newly appointed Governor of the territory of New Mexico during the Mexican-American War, was killed in a revolt against the American Government. In 1846. An Anglo-American government rule was culture shock to the Native Americans who had lived in the land for many centuries and then ...

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  • 15

    Made In New Mexico

    1 review

    At the bottom end of Taos Plaza, this store is the best place for locally made items - for yourself or as gifts. Most stores on the Plaza carry cheap imports, but everything in this store really is made in New Mexico.

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  • 16

    Cimarron Canyon

    1 review

    Great stream fishing for trout. I always catch my limit!

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    US Hill

    1 review

    US Hill is located in Carson National Forest. During most of the drive there, we started getting worried that we either missed it, interpreted the directions incorrectly, or that the directions were wrong altogether, until we turned a corner and immediately saw it. There was no possible way we could've missed it - a beautiful open field of pure, white ...

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