Of all the things to see and do in Taos, these sites offer an opportunity to see some of the more notable places that make Taos special. These places are noteworthy for their natural beauty, their compelling history, or their uniqueness.
Built in the 1700’s, the church has served as inspiration to artists like Georgia O’Keefe and Ansel Adams.
Continuously inhabited for over 1,000 years, Taos Pueblo is designated both a World Heritage Site and a National Historic Landmark.
Take a guided tour with our talented tour guides and discover some of the secret places and fascinating stories that will enrich your Taos Experience.
25 acres of recreation, including basketball and tennis courts; and community activities, including concerts and movies.
The second highest bridge on the U.S. Highway System, offering spectacular views and a great place to spot bighorn sheep.
The heart of Taos, where locals gather for summer concerts and visitors enjoy the shops and galleries all year long.
Approximately 242,455-acre area of public lands proclaimed as a national monument on March 25, 2013 by President Barack Obama under the provisions of the Antiquities Act.