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Find & Seek Taos

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Find & Seek Taos

History & Culture
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark.
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Taos Pueblo
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Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark.
Founded in 1923 by the Harwood Foundation, it is the second oldest art museum in New Mexico. Its collections include a wide range of Hispanic works and visual arts from the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Moderns, and contemporary artists.
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Harwood Museum of Art
238 Ledoux Street
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Founded in 1923 by the Harwood Foundation, it is the second oldest art museum in New Mexico. Its collections include a wide range of Hispanic works and visual arts from the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Moderns, and contemporary artists.
The Taos Art Museum is located in the former house of Russian artist Nicolai Fechin, his wife Alexandra and daughter Eya. The museum's primary aims are to improve awareness of the works and patronage of Taos artists and to nurture local artistic development.
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Taos Art Museum at Fechin House
227 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte
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The Taos Art Museum is located in the former house of Russian artist Nicolai Fechin, his wife Alexandra and daughter Eya. The museum's primary aims are to improve awareness of the works and patronage of Taos artists and to nurture local artistic development.
Earthship Biotecture is a supermodel of sustainable living. The construction firm’s houses are based on the environmental innovations and Seussian designs of American architect Michael Reynolds. The oft-called Garbage Warrior, who built his first Earthship home in 1988, discovered his calling on the side of the road. A glint of trash led to an of-this-world experience.
Earthship Visitor Center
2 Earthship Way
Earthship Biotecture is a supermodel of sustainable living. The construction firm’s houses are based on the environmental innovations and Seussian designs of American architect Michael Reynolds. The oft-called Garbage Warrior, who built his first Earthship home in 1988, discovered his calling on the side of the road. A glint of trash led to an of-this-world experience.
Manby Hot Springs, also known as Stagecoach Hot Springs are thermal springs located near the town of Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico. The three rock pools have sandy bottoms and are located near the ruins of an old bathhouse and a historical stagecoach stop.
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Manby Hot Springs
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Manby Hot Springs, also known as Stagecoach Hot Springs are thermal springs located near the town of Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico. The three rock pools have sandy bottoms and are located near the ruins of an old bathhouse and a historical stagecoach stop.
John Dunn Bridge is located in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico in north central New Mexico. It crosses the Rio Grande near the confluence of the Rio Hondo. It was built in 1908 by John Dunn who transported travelers and mail into Taos and housed travelers overnight at his hotel near the bridge.
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John Dunn Bridge
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John Dunn Bridge is located in Arroyo Hondo, New Mexico in north central New Mexico. It crosses the Rio Grande near the confluence of the Rio Hondo. It was built in 1908 by John Dunn who transported travelers and mail into Taos and housed travelers overnight at his hotel near the bridge.
Sightseeing
Take water and sun screen. Best to hike this in the morning during summer to avoid occasional afternoon thunderstorms and lightning. Trail Info Trailhead: 36.5797° N 105.4403° W Length: 3.9 miles round trip Trail Type: Out and Back Difficulty: Intermediate - Not difficult by anymeans for seasoned hikers, but may be difficult at times for novice hikers. Route Type: Day Hike Water: Intermittent water - Water presence varies depeding on season, location, and current weather conditions. Recommended to bring water on person as a precaution. Solitude: Heavy Use Best Season(s) to visit: Summer, Early Fall USGS 7.5" Topographic maps: Wheeler Peak-36105-E4 Low and High Elevations: 10,205 and 11,182 feet above sea level
Williams Lake Trail
Take water and sun screen. Best to hike this in the morning during summer to avoid occasional afternoon thunderstorms and lightning. Trail Info Trailhead: 36.5797° N 105.4403° W Length: 3.9 miles round trip Trail Type: Out and Back Difficulty: Intermediate - Not difficult by anymeans for seasoned hikers, but may be difficult at times for novice hikers. Route Type: Day Hike Water: Intermittent water - Water presence varies depeding on season, location, and current weather conditions. Recommended to bring water on person as a precaution. Solitude: Heavy Use Best Season(s) to visit: Summer, Early Fall USGS 7.5" Topographic maps: Wheeler Peak-36105-E4 Low and High Elevations: 10,205 and 11,182 feet above sea level
Food scene
CURRENT HOURS: The Love Apple is OPEN 5:00pm Thursday through Sunday. Reservations highly recommended. Please call 575.751.0050. The Love Apple is a Northern New Mexican restaurant emphasizing local, organic home cooking. They are housed in what was once known as the Placitas Chapel. This little catholic church They believe in working in conjunction with local growers and artisan producers to create menus which feature our regional bounty and exclusively highlight local food. They honor quality and the process of creating simple, delicious food.
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The Love Apple
803 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte
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CURRENT HOURS: The Love Apple is OPEN 5:00pm Thursday through Sunday. Reservations highly recommended. Please call 575.751.0050. The Love Apple is a Northern New Mexican restaurant emphasizing local, organic home cooking. They are housed in what was once known as the Placitas Chapel. This little catholic church They believe in working in conjunction with local growers and artisan producers to create menus which feature our regional bounty and exclusively highlight local food. They honor quality and the process of creating simple, delicious food.
Great food, outdoor seating and bar
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Medley.
100 NM-150
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Great food, outdoor seating and bar
Great atmosphere, food and live music
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The Historic Taos Inn
125 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte
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Great atmosphere, food and live music
We are a Farm-to-table eatery in Taos, New Mexico. Farmhouse Café and Bakery sources from 20 local farmers and ranchers. We strive to provide healthy choices featuring fresh fruits and vegetables in season! We offer many vegan and gluten-free options. Local, Organic, and Made with Love. We are currently open for patio seating and to-go orders Current Hours: 9am-3pm
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Farmhouse Cafe and Bakery
1405 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte
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We are a Farm-to-table eatery in Taos, New Mexico. Farmhouse Café and Bakery sources from 20 local farmers and ranchers. We strive to provide healthy choices featuring fresh fruits and vegetables in season! We offer many vegan and gluten-free options. Local, Organic, and Made with Love. We are currently open for patio seating and to-go orders Current Hours: 9am-3pm
Shopping
John Dunn Shops line a beautiful pedestrian walkway linking Bent Street, Camino de las Placitas, and the historic Taos Plaza. Twenty locally owned shops, galleries and eateries offer something for everyone in all price ranges: The arts and crafts of local artisans, contemporary and southwestern fashions, comfortable shoes and boots, books, kitchenware, fossils and minerals, yarn and fiber arts, leatherworks, and more. The historic John Dunn House was the home of one of Taos’ most colorful characters. Stroll in John Dunn’s garden, visit with friendly merchants, sip a cappuccino, listen to local musicians, and dine at a food cart or the Bent Street Café.
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John Dunn Shops
120-124 Bent St
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John Dunn Shops line a beautiful pedestrian walkway linking Bent Street, Camino de las Placitas, and the historic Taos Plaza. Twenty locally owned shops, galleries and eateries offer something for everyone in all price ranges: The arts and crafts of local artisans, contemporary and southwestern fashions, comfortable shoes and boots, books, kitchenware, fossils and minerals, yarn and fiber arts, leatherworks, and more. The historic John Dunn House was the home of one of Taos’ most colorful characters. Stroll in John Dunn’s garden, visit with friendly merchants, sip a cappuccino, listen to local musicians, and dine at a food cart or the Bent Street Café.
Stunning textiles and beautifully curated store
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Common Thread Textiles
124 Bent St
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Stunning textiles and beautifully curated store
Ceramics gallery featuring pottery by Logan Wannamaker. Wood fired, salt fired and micaceous pottery and sculpture. Everything is handmade using local clays and glazes. Come meet the makers and shop local handmade contemporary New Mexican pottery.
Logan Wannamaker Pottery
482a New Mexico 150
Ceramics gallery featuring pottery by Logan Wannamaker. Wood fired, salt fired and micaceous pottery and sculpture. Everything is handmade using local clays and glazes. Come meet the makers and shop local handmade contemporary New Mexican pottery.
Rift Gallery, established in 2005, represents exceptional artists working in a wide range of media, from 2-ounce tiny plates to 14-ton boulders. From the beginning, we envisioned a well-made and calm environment populated by a thoughtfully curated selection of art and handmade goods that you simply will not find elsewhere. We are off the beaten track in more ways than one. We are very conveniently located right on the scenic Rio Grande route joining Santa Fe and Taos. At Rift Gallery you will discover ceramics, sculpture, pastels, painting, and mixed media work in a spectacular setting along the dramatic rift valley.
Rift Gallery / Southwest Stoneworks
2249 NM-68
Rift Gallery, established in 2005, represents exceptional artists working in a wide range of media, from 2-ounce tiny plates to 14-ton boulders. From the beginning, we envisioned a well-made and calm environment populated by a thoughtfully curated selection of art and handmade goods that you simply will not find elsewhere. We are off the beaten track in more ways than one. We are very conveniently located right on the scenic Rio Grande route joining Santa Fe and Taos. At Rift Gallery you will discover ceramics, sculpture, pastels, painting, and mixed media work in a spectacular setting along the dramatic rift valley.
Recognized for its award-winning designs for more than 60 years, Nambé’s commitment to timeless beauty, artistic integrity and uncompromising quality is evident in the brand’s collection of serveware, barware, home décor and gift items. Nambé collaborates with the world’s most esteemed designers to develop products that bring function and style into the home. From The British Museum in London to the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Nambé pieces are exhibited in renowned galleries around the world. The cookware is named for a Native American pueblo in the heart of New Mexico's Sangre de Cristo mountains. But the product is entirely a modern invention. It traces its history no further back than 1951, when a Los Alamos metallurgist discovered a durable new aluminum alloy, which he called Nambe.
Nambe
109 North Plaza
Recognized for its award-winning designs for more than 60 years, Nambé’s commitment to timeless beauty, artistic integrity and uncompromising quality is evident in the brand’s collection of serveware, barware, home décor and gift items. Nambé collaborates with the world’s most esteemed designers to develop products that bring function and style into the home. From The British Museum in London to the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Nambé pieces are exhibited in renowned galleries around the world. The cookware is named for a Native American pueblo in the heart of New Mexico's Sangre de Cristo mountains. But the product is entirely a modern invention. It traces its history no further back than 1951, when a Los Alamos metallurgist discovered a durable new aluminum alloy, which he called Nambe.
One of the finest showrooms in the Country-Celebrating 53 years. Jewelry, Specimens, Carvings & Stones Exceptionally Reasonable Prices In our showroom we offer beautiful custom made jewelry made from fine gems and minerals. We also have a great selection of unique home decor such as dishes carved from fossil-filled rocks, bowls, serving platters, cups, goblets, candle holders, chimes and jewelry-making supplies including intricate silver baubles, and lamps made of halite. Our resident jewelry-maker, who has worked at the shop for many years, turns gems and minerals into incredible jewelry. Come see our stunning selection with an array of prices to fit any budget.
Taos Gems & Minerals
637 Paseo Del Pueblo Sur
One of the finest showrooms in the Country-Celebrating 53 years. Jewelry, Specimens, Carvings & Stones Exceptionally Reasonable Prices In our showroom we offer beautiful custom made jewelry made from fine gems and minerals. We also have a great selection of unique home decor such as dishes carved from fossil-filled rocks, bowls, serving platters, cups, goblets, candle holders, chimes and jewelry-making supplies including intricate silver baubles, and lamps made of halite. Our resident jewelry-maker, who has worked at the shop for many years, turns gems and minerals into incredible jewelry. Come see our stunning selection with an array of prices to fit any budget.