Retail options on Taos Plaza consist mostly of T-shirt emporiums and souvenir shops that are easily bypassed, though a few stores carry quality Native American artifacts and jewelry. The more distinctive galleries and boutiques begin barely a block north on Bent Street, including the John Dunn House Shops, and extend just east on Kit Carson Road (U.S. 64). You'll find another notable cluster of galleries and shops, along with a few good restaurants, up north in Arroyo Seco.

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  • 1. Chimayo Trading Del Norte

    This family-run gallery of nearly 6,000 square feet specializes in Native American art and jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Mata Ortiz pottery, Navajo rugs, and fine art. Located in the Ranchos de Taos Plaza next to the San Francisco de Asís Church, its historic architecture has the feel of an old trading post. Inside, you can browse through an astonishing collection of contemporary and traditional regional art that includes gorgeous jewelry, baskets, and Native American beadwork.

    1 St. Francis Church Pl., Taos, New Mexico, 87557, USA
  • 2. House of Water Crow and Red Coral Flower

    Taos Pueblo

    Located directly to the left of the church as you walk into the Pueblo's open plaza, this shop of the talented Bernal family frequently updates what is sold, but there is always a beautiful collection of handmade, original pieces of jewelry, turquoise inlay wood wall hangings, and other unique items. In addition, the Dawn Butterfly Cafe serves a full menu of specialty coffees and beverages. Proceeds from the shop's sales go to the Coral Dawn and Paul J. Bernal Center for Arts and Literature.

    Taos, New Mexico, 87571, USA
  • 3. Rottenstone Pottery

    This locally owned pottery store features expertly designed glazed plates, bowls, cups, vases, pitchers, and more. Handmade and fired in a wood kiln, each piece is a work of art, making this a great place to shop for gifts that are both useful and beautifully one-of-a-kind.

    486 NM 150, Taos, New Mexico, 87514, USA
  • 4. Total Arts Gallery

    Art Gallery

    If you have time for just one contemporary gallery, make a point of stopping in this building displaying works by some of the area's most celebrated artists, including Barbara Zaring, David Hettinger, Doug Dawson, and Melinda Littlejohn. Themes vary greatly from abstract paintings and sculptures to more traditional landscapes and regional works.

    122-A Kit Carson Rd., Taos, New Mexico, 87571, USA
  • 5. Arroyo Seco Mercantile

    Packed to the rafters with a varied assortment of 1930s linens, handmade quilts, candles, organic soaps, vintage cookware, hand-thrown pottery, decorated crosses, and souvenirs, this colorful shop is a highlight of shopping in the charming village of Arroyo Seco.

    488 NM 150, Taos, New Mexico, 87514, USA
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  • 6. Buffalo Dancer


    This shop on the plaza buys, sells, and trades Native American arts and crafts, including pottery, belts, kachina dolls, hides, and silver-coin jewelry.

    103-A E. Plaza, Taos, New Mexico, 87571, USA

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