Join us for events and celebrations that bring magic and cheer to the holiday season.
Wander the streets of downtown Taos and discover our wonderful shops, art galleries & museums.
Taos offers some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the country. Visit Taos and experience the the magic of winter in northern New Mexico.
From historic churches and museums to the Taos Plaza and the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, Taos has many landmarks to explore.
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Discovering the perfect place to stay is one of the most exciting aspects of planning a trip. Taos has no shortage of interesting accommodations; from charming B&Bs to high end resorts, and everything in between.
The Taos region offer world-class skiing and snowboarding. Come enjoy an extreme adventure a day of family fun on our pristine mountains.
Come experience Taos' landmark sites and see some of the amazing places that make Taos special. From the Gorge Bridge to Taos Pueblo to the Earthships & more!
Enjoy Taos' many art galleries, museums, world-class music scene and thriving local culture. In Taos, traditions run deep.
Head down the mountain and après in the Town of Taos! Enjoy a great meal, cocktails, ice skating, bowling, dancing, music and more!
From 1915 to 1927, the Taos Society of Artists drew inspiration from the natural beauty of Taos, NM and its people.
The Taos Moderns created artwork that was abstract, distilling the essence of the southwest through their personal experiences and styles.
Whether it’s a ranking of “best mountain towns” or “coolest towns in America,” Taos routinely finds its way onto “best of” lists. For those folks lucky enough to live here, this is never a surprise.
The Enchanted Circle is a region in northern New Mexico that includes Taos, Questa, Red River, Eagle Nest and Angel Fire. A great day trip!
Long one of America’s foremost, bona fide Art Colonies, Taos is also home to a world-class ski resort (Taos Ski Valley), a World Heritage Site (Taos Pueblo), one of the most photographed and iconic churches (St. Francisco de Asis), and a majestic landscape encompassing the Rocky Mountains and the Rio Grande Gorge (and its eponymous bridge).
Drawn by clean air and mythical light, visitors come to New Mexico’s Soul of the Southwest to experience rich spiritual traditions, fine art, distinctive cuisine, a thriving music scene and of course, the raw, natural beauty of the landscape. Discover your place faraway from the everyday in Taos, New Mexico.