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My husband and went to Taos to see the Taos Pueblo. To our disappointment (but understandable)it was closed for Religious Ceremonies.While standing in line at a bank in Taos we meet a wonderful young man, WHITEFEATER. He explained the ceremony and also explained a tour...More
We did a free walking tour of Taos, but it wasn't always clear and it could be difficult to find some of the places on the walking tour. I think it needs to be redone. We couldn't find any visitor's center. We tried to look...More
Stepping onto Taos plaza is like stepping back in time. There is an old soda fountain, funky shops, a chocolate store that makes their own chocolate (yum) and several souvenir shops to get all your Taos t-shirts. When you are visiting Taos you must save...More
This is a cool place to hit up in the summer months. They have a farmers market on the weekend featuring all sorts of local breads, vegetables and honeys along with different types of art. Decent little shops. Make sure you go around the back...More
We traveled to Taos from Santa Fe and stopped at the Plaza. Many shops, splattered with antique stores, art galleries, and lots of souvenir shops. Love the small family business shops as well. Go on in and support them, the need your help. We ate...More
The plaza is a very nice place to sit and relax under the trees. There are many shops around the plaza that have a variety of goods representing Taos and clothing. An ice parlor in one of the shops. Just a fun place to walk...More
We drive down to Taos a few times/year & love visiting the plaza & surrounding area when there. One of my favorite shops is located about 1/2 block off the SE corner of the plaza...it's called Taos Home.
We loved going through the Kit Carson museum. A fine Gentleman in the museum was so kind to our 5 year old Grandson. He taught him quite a bit about early history and even let him hold a rifle and have his picture taken. I...More