Taos Sights

The Museum Association of Taos includes five properties: the Harwood Museum, Taos Art Museum, Millicent Rogers Museum, E. L. Blumenschein Home and Museum, and La Hacienda de los Martínez. These museums charge $8–$10 admission individually, but you can buy a combination ticket—$25 for all five, valid for one year.

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Arroyo Seco

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Established in 1834 by local Spanish farmers and ranchers, this charming village has today become a secluded, artsy escape from the sometimes...

E. L. Blumenschein Home and Museum

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For an introduction to the history of the Taos art scene, start with Ernest L. Blumenschein's residence, which provides a glimpse into...

Harwood Museum

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The Pueblo Revival former home of Burritt Elihu "Burt" Harwood, a dedicated painter who studied in France before moving to Taos in 1916,...

Kit Carson Home and Museum

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Kit Carson bought this low-slung 12-room adobe home in 1843 for his wife, Josefa Jaramillo, the daughter of a powerful, politically influential...

La Hacienda de los Martínez

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Spare and fortlike, this adobe structure built between 1804 and 1827 on the bank of the Rio Pueblo served as a community refuge during...

Millicent Rogers Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

More than 5,000 pieces of spectacular Native American and Hispanic art, many of them from the private collection of the late Standard...

Ranchos de Taos

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A few minutes' drive south of the center of Taos, this village still retains some of its rural atmosphere despite the highway traffic...

Rio Grande Gorge Bridge

  • Bridge/Tunnel

It's a dizzying experience to see the Rio Grande 650 feet underfoot, where it flows at the bottom of an immense, steep rock canyon. In...

Taos Art Museum and Fechin House

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The interior of this extraordinary adobe house, built between 1927 and 1933 by Russian émigré and artist Nicolai Fechin, is a marvel...

Taos Plaza

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The first European explorers of the Taos Valley came here with Captain Hernando de Alvarado, a member of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado's...

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