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. Arroyo Seco Mercantile

    Antiques & Collectibles

    Packed to the rafters with a varied assortment of 1930s linens, handmade quilts, candles, organic soaps, vintage cookware, hand-thrown pottery...Read More

  • 2. Cottam's Ski & Outdoor

    Sporting Goods

    This is your one-stop for hiking and backpacking gear, maps, fishing licenses and supplies, and ski and snowboard equipment and rentals, along...Read More

  • 3. David Anthony Fine Art

    Art Galleries

    Showing some of the top contemporary artists—both representative and abstract—as well as beautifully designed cabinets and other furniture known...Read More

  • 4. Overland Sheepskin Company


    This spacious store carries high-quality sheepskin coats, hats, mittens, and slippers, many with Taos beadwork. This is the original location...Read More

  • 5. Robert L. Parsons Fine Art

    Art Galleries

    This is one of the best sources of early Taos art-colony paintings, antiques, and authentic antique Navajo blankets. Inside you'll find originals...Read More

  • 6. Total Arts Gallery

    Art Galleries

    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...Read More

  • 7. Artemisia


    Look to this boutique for its wide selection of one-of-a-kind wearable art by local artist Annette Randell. Many of her creations incorporate...Read More

  • 8. Brodsky Bookshop


    This venerable shop specializes in new and used books—contemporary literature, Southwestern classics, and children's titles. Amiable proprietor...Read More

  • 9. 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...Read More

  • 10. Country Furnishings of Taos

    Household Items/Furniture

    Set inside a rambling, picturesque adobe house, Country Furnishings of Taos sells folk art from northern New Mexico, handmade furniture, metalwork...Read More

  • 11. Ed Sandoval Gallery

    Art Galleries

    This colorful art space shows the work of artist Ed Sandoval, who is known for his trademark Viejito (Old Man) images and swirling, vibrantly...Read More

  • 12. Inger Jirby Gallery

    Art Galleries

    This popular gallery displays Jirby's whimsical, brightly colored landscape paintings. Be sure to stroll through the lovely sculpture garden. ...Read More

  • 13. Michael McCormick & Sons Gallery

    Art Galleries

    This esteemed gallery is home to the sensual, stylized female portraits of Miguel Martinez and the iconic portraits of Malcolm Furlow. The gallery...Read More

  • 14. Moxie


    The motto of this colorful gift gallery is "fair trade & handmade," and it stocks a fantastic array of housewares and decorative items as...Read More

  • 15. Taos Drums

    South Side | Antiques & Collectibles

    This is the factory outlet for the Taos Drum Factory. The store, 5 miles south of Taos Plaza (look for the large tepee), stocks handmade pueblo...Read More

  • 16. Taos Mountain Outfitters

    Sporting Goods

    Stock up here on supplies for kayakers, skiers, climbers, and backpackers, as well as maps and books. The staff is happy to offer advice on...Read More

  • 17. Taos Tin Works

    Household Items/Furniture

    This colorful gallery and studio in El Prado sells handcrafted tinwork, such as wall sconces, mirrors, lamps, and table ornaments by Marion Moore. ...Read More

  • 18. Mission Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Set inside the historic former home of painter Joseph H. Sharp, Mission Gallery carries the works of early Taos artists, early New Mexico modernists...Read More

  • 19. Moby Dickens


    This full-service bookstore specializes in rare and out-of-print books and carries a wide selection of contemporary fiction and nonfiction....Read More

  • 20. Navajo Gallery

    Art Galleries

    Here you can view and purchase the works of the internationally renowned Navajo painter and sculptor R. C. Gorman, known for his ethereal imagery...Read More

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