From historical to the fine arts, Taos is rich with educational opportunities. Visit any one of our informative and vibrant museums to immerse yourself in the fine arts or stories of the past.
Former home of the famous writer, set in beautiful San Cristobal, the Ranch is one of the most sought-after sites for visitors.
Original home and studio of artist Nicolai Fechin, featuring his hand-carved furnishings and art.
Host to a wide range of exhibitions that focus on celebrating the arts and cultures of the American Southwest.
One of the few northern New Mexico style, late Spanish Colonial period “Great Houses” remaining in the American Southwest.
Home and studio of E.I. Couse, and the two studios of Joseph Henry Sharp, both founding members of the Taos Society of Artists.
Purchased by Kit Carson in 1843 as a wedding present for his bride Josefa, the family occupied this four-room adobe home until 1867.
Original home of E.L. Blumenschein, containing a superb collection of art and antiques.
Home to the works of Taos’ best-known artists, past and present, as well as a collection of 18th to 20th century traditional Hispanic art.