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The adobe, multi-storied homes of Taos Pueblo have captivated painters and photographers since the 1920s, when an artist colony formed in nearby Taos and virtually established Southwest art. It helped inspire the Pueblo Revival style of architecture in contemporary New Mexico.
The pueblo is home to nearly 4,500 people who value their privacy and insist visitors do the same. Signs mark houses around the plaza that sell arts and crafts. Respect the off-limits signs and don’t climb the ladders to the rooftops.
The Taos people are very skilled in leatherwork, evident in the drums and moccasins they make.
The pueblo operates Taos Mountain Casino, (575) 737-0777.
The pueblo is located 2.6 miles (4.2 km.) north of the Taos Plaza and is open to visitors most of the year, but closes every spring for eight weeks for ceremonial purposes, so please call ahead. The pueblo levies admission, parking and photography and videography fees. Any sketching, painting or commercial photography requires advance written approval. Photographs and recording are prohibited at religious ceremonies.
Unique Attractions: Annual Pow-Wow and Taos Pueblo Buffalo Herd (photography allowed), Taos Mountain Casino
Nearby Locations: Angel Fire, Blue Lake Wilderness, Moreno Valley Ranch, Rancho de Taos, Taos
Taos Pueblo is open daily but closes for ceremonial purposes. San Gerónimo Feast Day on Sept. 30 is the largest event of the year. However, cameras and recording devices are not allowed at any religious ceremonies open to the public. Signs mark houses around the plaza that sell arts and crafts.
Respect the off-limits signs and don't climb the ladders to the rooftops.
Alcohol is not allowed on the reservation.
The Pueblo is open daily to visitors most of the year, but closes every early spring for eight weeks, so please call ahead.
Adult Admission: $16 per person
Senior Rate: $14 per person
Students Rate: $14 per person (11 and up, includes college with ID)
Group Rate: $14 per person (8 or more Adults)
Children 10 and under: Free
Parking is free, and general photography comes with the admission. However, if there is any sketching, painting, commercial photography or filming requests there is a process of prior written approval and a payment fee. Inquiries and applications can be addressed directly with the Taos Pueblo Tourism Office at (575)758-1028 or taospueblo.com