Museums

Bump your head on the same doorway as Kit Carson. Taos history is filled with colorful characters who helped make Taos what it is today. From trappers and traders to wealthy heiresses, remittance men, legendary artists, and far-sighted entrepreneurs. Taos historic museums, many of which are National Historic Landmarks, offer a glimpse of how our early settlers lived. In Taos, you'll find many doorways that lead to the past. Entre, por favor.

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E.L. Blumenschein is credited with starting the Taos Society of Artists and his home has become a shrine to his creative genius.

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These are the homes and studios of two founders of the internationally-known Society that established Taos as an art colony.

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The museum is part of University of New Mexico and is located one block southwest of Taos Plaza on historic Ledoux Street.

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The museum is in the home of Kit Carson and his wife Josefa where they raised their children between 1843 to 1867. It is open to the public...

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The hacienda was once an important trade center for the northern boundary of the Spanish Empire.

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The museum was formed around Roger's distinguished collection of Native American silver and turquoise jewelry, and Navajo and Rio Grande...

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The museum is located in the home built by Russian artist Nicolai Fechin in 1927. It is half mile north of Taos Plaza

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