Museum Association of Taos


PO Box 3149, Taos, NM 87571

The Museum Association of Taos represents five Taos museums, each with its unique point of view. The goal of the association is to preserve the Hispanic, Native American and contemporary arts of Northern New Mexico.

Each museum has a colorful eclectic shop - choose from folk art, Southwest jewelry, Native-American art, hand-made children's toys, textiles, books and posters.

E.L. Blumenschein Home & Museum - The blend of fine European furnishings, Spanish Colonial antiques, and works by early Taos artists within the rustic home creates a unique Taos experience.
  222 Ledoux Street, 575.758.0505.

La Hacienda de los Martinez - Built in 1804 and home to Padre Martinez, the dynamic social Taos reformer of the day. 21 rooms offer a rare glimpse into the rugged frontier life of the early 19th century.
 708 Hacienda Way (off Ranchitos Road), 575.758.1000.

The Harwood Museum of Art (University of New Mexico) - Seven galleries display works from the 19th century to the present. Changing exhibits feature contemporary works by Taos artists. Children's programs.
 238 Ledoux Street, 575.758.9826.

Millicent Rogers Museum - Millicent came to Taos in 1947 and became a major collector of Southwest art - pottery, jewelry, kachinas, rugs and baskets. Children's programs.
 1504 Millicent Rogers Road, 575.758.2462.

Taos Art Museum & Fechin House - Located in Nicholai Fechin's hand-built home (circa 1927). Drawings and paintings by the Taos Society of Artists, Taos Moderns, and works by contemporary artists. Children's programs.
  228 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, 575.758.2690.

Buy a combo ticket for all 5 museums for $25, and enjoy them ALL during your visit to Taos!