Made aquí en Taos. As you browse through our shops, keep an eye out for Taos-made products. Value-priced items run the gamut, from colorful corn beads to candles and smudge sticks. For the gourmands in your family, we recommend some of our packaged food items, such as spicy noodles, chile powder, and piñon nuts.
Take home a chile ristra to hang on your porch. Native American drums and moccasins made in Taos are famous throughout the world. Grandmothers won’t be able to resist our fabulous southwestern children’s clothing. Everyone will appreciate our hand-made clothing and leatherwork. The jewelry created in Taos satisfies every taste and pocketbook. You’ll find beautiful tin and wood items, pottery, ceramics, and much more.
A horse, a woman, a mask, a town with great local shops & galleries... Now more than ever, it's time to rally behind our Taos businesses.
A family-owned company. Nambé began during modernism’s mid-century design movement. Today, our pieces transcend trends and generations. Each piece is crafted with undeniable beauty, artistic integrity, and uncompromised quality.
Locally owned and operated in the heart of the Historical Diustrict of Ledoux Street. The owner, Dano, is a talented tattoo artist with the highest quality and standards.
Solar chargers for phones, ipods, cameras, & all the tech toys of modern life. Imagine sleek, portable power sources for people on the go! Recycled Spanish glass practical house wares for 'greening' everyday life in novel ways.
High quailty natural fiber yarns in buffalo, alpaca, llama, cashmere and more!
Fun, colorful Artwear that is stylish & sophisticated and boldly designed accessories that express your creativity. Find a piece of Artwear that nobody else has!
Jacqueline Gala Jewelry Featuring Earrings, Pendants, Necklaces and Bracelets. Along with Jewelry Repairs, Commission Works, Alterations of Heirloom and Heritage Jewelry - Re-imagining old pieces for a new contemporary look. New web site: jacquelinegala.com
Boxie – Wash, Rinse, Repeat Tees is a contemporary women's apparel collection of relaxed basic tees and loungewear. 100% Made in America, the brand was established in 2011 and is currently based in Los Angeles, CA and Taos, NM.
Owned and operated by Taos Pueblo Native Dean "Little Lake" Johnson. "Little Lake" peace pipes are made to be used, but the beautiful craftsmanship involved makes each pipe a work of art. Also selling Native American music and gifts.
Honeybee Balm, Propolis Toner, Honey cleanser and Mask, Bee Wonderful Box, Sun Shield.
Sacred and Organic Hemp CBD Oils, Capsules, Bodycare, Honey and More! Wumaniti Hemp Clothing Line and the original Hemp Heroe Protein Bars, Buddha Bars, Heal Now Oil and Body Butter.
Known for complex museum quality jewelry inspired by early Meso-American, Scythian, Egyptian and other ancient cultures of the Fertile Triangle, and the traditional work of the Navajo, Hopi, Rio Grande Pueblos and the Pacific Northwest.
Alhambra offers one-of-a-kind antiquities and new items. We have traveled far and wide, from Mongolia to Indonesia, from the Middle East to China and Tibet to find high-quality antiques and eclectic items for your home. We ship anywhere.
Specializing in Pre-1930’s Navajo Textiles, American Indian art, Hopi Kachina Dolls, Pueblo Pottery, all of the finest quality, each with a place in history.
Thousands of mineral specimens from around the world including New Mexico. Available in natural and carved forms such as onyx plates, bowls, mortar and pestles, goblets, wine chillers, lamps, candleholders, spheres, hearts, and fetishes.
Apparel Artist Gail Russell has designed an innovative line of Gazelle Shawls featuring her photographs, Kangaroo Girls™ Pocket Scarves, and SallyGators® leg warmers.
Every purchase helps Native Americans in need through the Adopt-A-Native Elder Program.
Supplying retailers and interior designers is the core business, as such you are sure to find the latest in interior design trends so stop by and visit us and let us show you why NYMag called us One of the Best-Kept Shopping Secrets!
Everything made in New Mexico. Red and green chile powders, pods, salsas, sauces, jams, jellies, biscochitos, pinon coffee, wood carvings, Native American jewelry, ornaments, fetishes, Day of the Dead, ristras, wreaths, luminarias and books
An experience in itself, thanks to its magical layout and artistic touches. We offer high-quality educational toys, games and crafts that inspire play-based learning in the home and encourage positive parent/child interaction.
From Tuscany to Taos, the finest in contemporary jewelry designs. For 25 years owner Ranee Malanga and manager Judy Giron have combined their architectural acumen with a classic sense of style to assemble a distinguished collection.
Buffalo Dancer has been producing Traditional Native American Jewelry since 1974 making it one of the oldest producers of fine Southwestern and Native American Jewelry in the United States.
Twenty-five years experience in the repair and alteration of skiwear and ready-to-wear. Specializing in award-winning custom bridal and formal wear. Bridal accessories also available.
We search out the most unique products in the area to bring to our store, oftentimes one of a kind creations. Browse our store and enjoy our ever changing inventory of colorful, whimsical and often surprising gifts and collectibles.
Since 1974, Starr Interiors has provided the finest Zapotec Indian weavings found anywhere. The Line of the Spirit collection incorporates traditional Southwestern designs combined with elements from cultures all over the world.
For 25 years, Julie Jennerjahn has been the original owner of Steppin’ Out in Taos. After 20 years of providing quality and comfortable footwear, Jennerjahn expanded her boutique to introduce clothing and accessories.
Truly a unique gallery, Las Comadres is a women's co-op where one can peruse handcrafted tin, pottery, folk art, beeswax candles, quilting & fiber art, water colors, oil paintings, mixed media, precious jewelry, clay art, and stained glass.
chocolate + cashmere is an immersive beauty experience. Our boutique is delightfully sensual: from the second you step in, you’re enveloped: the brilliant colors of artisan-knit Golightly Cashmere, hand-made chocolates, and the voice of a new friend.
Colorful and deeply emotional, her paintings capture that moment when you finally put up your feet, exhale and say, "I have arrived." From skiers, to Hawaiian waterfalls, Ward's paintings are a celebration of the joy of life's adventures.
A contemporary art gallery, bookstore & curio shop in Taos, featuring the artwork of Robert Cafazzo, Holly Sievers & a few friends.
El Rincón Trading Post and Museum was established in 1909 as “The Mission Shop” by early artist, photographer, craftsman and trader, Ralph Meyers, one of the first traders in the area. It is the oldest Indian curio shop in Taos.
Incredibly beautiful textiles from around the world: Tribal, hand-woven, antique, and new. Unique handmade buttons, yardage, gifts, trims... Feel the color! Love!
A family owned business bringing the finest imports from Mexico & South America.
New Native Fashion and Fine Art Gallery
Zandi Designs specializes in hand-cut custom silhouettes. These silhouettes are carefully crafted and displayed in vintage pendants. Using a simple profile picture of your loved one, we design a necklace that you will cherish.
Soul of the Southwest – featuring the very finest in one of a kind, custom made western clothing bedding, and accessories.
Offering tools for your spiritual journey! Tarot and oracle decks, 1000's of used books, pendulums, jewelry, journals, a great array of crystals and stones, candles, incense, sage wands, clothing, prayer flags, statuary and awesome gifts.
The oldest T-Shirt shop in Taos. Thousands of great shirts.
We are a store that offers locals and tourists many great gifts. You won’t be disappointed when you visit our store!
Wild Earth Remedies is a vendor booth set up in front of the Bent Street Deli on Saturdays. I bring to you a locally wild crafted all natural herbal skin care line to nourish and heal the skin. Stop by for a visit!
Paul Jones also gives flute building workshops, flute lessons, and has hand carved flutes for sale, such as Apache, Sioux, Cheyenne, and Cherokee flutes. CDs are also available.
Amina's Children's Boutique welcomes shoppers to drop in and browse their unique selection of children's items such as toys, shoes, backpacks, hats, dresses, suits, gifts, accessories, and much more.
Located in the historic Southwest art colony of Taos, New Mexico, Tierra Wood Stoves sustains an uncompromising 30-year journey to sell the best clean-burning stoves available.
Golden Anderson Studios is a working jewelry studio and showroom near Arroyo Seco. We offer our original jewelry designs for sale, custom jewelry design services, expert jewelry repair, demonstrations, and private metalsmithing classes. Visits by appointment.
Voted "Best Place to Shop in Taos" - this wonderful little store has a wide variety of gifts, clothing, bath items and the most friendly, lovely owner.
The Church gift shop carries devotional items, Holy Cards & books. This shop also features crosses, retablos, bultos, along with other arts & crafts made by the parishioners of San Francisco de Asis Church.
“The kitchen shop” on Bent Street for over 25 years, Taos Cookery offers locally handmade pottery, Taos Twist flatware, Southwestern style table linens, and the latest gadgets for the modern kitchen.
Men’s clothing store located in downtown Taos in the historic John Dunn House Shops. Established in 1987, we are dedicated to providing unique, contemporary men’s apparel and tailoring services to customers who deserve the finest.
Big city kitchenware choices: Capresso, Le Creuset, Cuisinart, Bodum, Joyce Chen, Zyliss, Good Grips, Lodge, Emile Henry, Thermos/Nissan, Chantal, Olde Thompson, Vic Firth, Now, Microplane, William Bounds, and Republic of Tea.
Located downtown Taos, operating for 36 years, contemporary women’s clothing in groovy historic adobe building.
Weird antiques (best kind). Like a decades old stuffed animal lizard or a doll made out of gourdes.
If you're looking for the coffee mugs, tshirts, hats, keychains and pocketknives that say "Taos" then this is the spot for you.
Not your typical ma & pa rock shop: we emphasise mineral and fossil specimens. An international collection is displayed in three showrooms including many museum-grade specimens representing every continent except Antarctica.
Big 5 Sporting Goods is one of America’s top retailers of name brand sporting goods and accessories. With 425 locations spread throughout 12 western states you can find a convenient location near you using our store locator. This is the Taos, NM location.
For over 40 years, TMO has been the place where adventures begin. We have the gear, clothing and footwear to prepare you for just about anything Taos has to offer – hiking, camping, climbing, rafting, trail running, yoga and more.
A huge inventory of Southwestern and Mexican products. We supply Southwest-style decor. Hand painted pottery from Mexico and also local artists from the Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
A small, vibrant store located in the middle of the John Dunn Shops, specializing in folk art from Latin America and New Mexico. The eclectic inventory includes selections from Mexico, Peru, and Guatemala as well as Colorado and Northern NM.
Ladies, grab your moms, and head over to the Spotted Bear to do some shopping while getting in some quality mother/daughter time.
Selling fabulous home furnishings, crafts, gifts, pottery and accessories that truly represent Taos. Visit us and take home a piece of Taos!
Everything Wabi Sabi, including Japanese dishware, iron and porcelain teapots, a huge selection of loose teas, green, black, decaff, herbal and rooibos, Japanese shibori, noren, sushi sets, cards, everything “lucky kitty” and so much more!
Maria Samora is an award-winning jeweler from Taos, New Mexico who designs and hand produces her work using 18K Gold and Sterling Silver paired with precious Gems.
Chokola is a small-batch, organically crafted bean-to-bar chocolate maker located in Taos, New Mexico.
Authentic Indian/Southwestern old pawn, estate & contemporary jewelry and art. Northern NM pueblo pottery, Zuni fetishes, the Hopi folk art of Gregory Lomayesva, silver & turquoise jewelry, rugs, baskets, paintings, and sculpture and more.
Claire L. Haye’s work has garnered acclaim worldwide. Her striking ceramic sculptures have won prizes in museum exhibitions, while her bronze sculptures, paintings, monotypes, and woodblock prints are highly sought-after.
Taos’ premiere skishop featuring the finest lines in skis, snowboards, ski boots, clothing and accessories. In the summer we offer a unique selection of high quality functional and fashionable clothing, outerwear, shoes and boots.
Fun, colorful, unique, eclectic items sourced globally and locally
Distinctive and creative women’s clothing, accessories, jewelry, and great little gift items. Contemporary, resort, and southwestern styles.
Every month, visitors and locals alike can gather for Taos First Friday (TFF), a weekly event that celebrates and showcases our community’s varied talents and offerings.
Atira brings you quality garments, Old Gringo Boots, Native American Jewelry, Mary Frances purses, and much more.
Clothing that is chic and effortless at the same time, which suits a variety of different women in their individual lifestyles. Substance is a reflection of its very surroundings: the magnificent Northern New Mexico town of Taos.
Educational toys, Art supplies, School supplies, Stationary, Craft supplies, Party decorations and more.
Beautifully arranged flowers and gifts. Our highly trained staff handles your order with care. Delivery to Taos and surrounding areas as well as to cities across the country through our nationwide network. Same day delivery at no extra cost
Overland Sheepskin is a tradition in Taos. Our first location in 1973 was a small adobe storefront near the historic central plaza. Today, our store is part of the Overland compound just north of the village.
An eclectic shop with antiques, art, furniture, vintage collectibles, Native American art, collectible and vintage vinyl LPs and much more.
We also provide full estate sale service from appraisal to clean out.
We are retail distributors of Mexican tile specializing in handmade, handpainted Talavera , Saltillo with matching trim, ceramic sinks and accessories, domestic floor and wall tile.
Bud’s trusted florists are committed to creating beautiful, unique floral gifts for any special occasion. We offer flower delivery in and around Taos and we also offer nationwide delivery through our reliable florist network.
Specializing in stone beads, such as turquoise as well as semi-precious stones like amethyst, garnet, agates and carnelians. Also carrying a selection of oriental rugs and carpets.
We represent over 40 local and regional artists' Studio art jewelry, Native American jewelry, Pueblo pottery, Navajo wood carvings, and more.
In 2009, musician Robert Mirabal started creating amulets, sculptures, and flutes. In 2015 he opened a shop and started carrying additional supplies: hides, skins, furs, and moccasin making materials for the Pueblo craftspeople.
Primitives, Folk Art, Oddities. Shop for one of a kind items in downtown Taos, New Mexico.
A remarkable collection of all sorts of antiques: Old medical instruments, art posters, silver, cards, paintings, jewelry, just about anything you can think of.
Everything Home Furnishings - Sleep Sanctuary
We are a school of Ancestral, Folk & Herbal Medicine with a storefront supporting local herbalists and medicine makers. We also host onsite events, have body work and spiritual sessions available with practitioners and teachers of various backgrounds.
We are a small family business whose products are made with organically, naturally and locally sourced ingredients. We wild harvest the plants within our bar soaps and nothing ever contains animal products, dyes or perfumes.
Floral silver and gold jewelry with semiprecious and precious stones
Fully equipped mountain shop, offering the latest in outdoor gear and clothing for hiking, camping, backpacking, rock-climbing, snow-shoeing and cross country skiing. Maps, guidebooks, and advice on trails and excursions.
Taos Blue, on the corner of Bent Street for over 25 years, is home for numerous contemporary and native artists showing their paintings, pottery, jewelry, fetishes, masks and more. A favorite “return to” spot for visitors and locals alike.
A super hip clothing store tucked away from the plaza, featuring brands such as Doc Martens, Kardo, Indian Motorcycle, Kennington, Alternative Apparel, Superdry, Jungmaven, Peter Grimm, etc.
In our small, friendly gallery you'll find original oil paintings, glasswork, sculpture, photography, wearable fiber art, handmade pottery as well as a collection of fine Native American jewelry.
Taos Door And Hardware Company was formed in 1989 by Peter Barlow. Peter is an artist in every sense of the word. He excels at taking concepts and sketches and turning them into reality. Open by appointment only.
Taos' favorite décor and gifts store. Taos Country Furnishings sells accessories, decorative items and gifts. We now have over 2000 square feet of display space in seven separate rooms, each offering its own distinctive character and charm.
Used furniture, antiques, pottery, art and jewely
The finest American made furniture in the world and one of a kind fabulous pieces from around the world!
Taos Art Supply, is in a 220-year-old building nestled between Ledoux Street and Ranchitos Road. Offering everything artists need to create their next masterpiece!
Your florist for all occasions, weddings and special events. Delighted in bringing to light the vision you have always dreamed for your wedding day from contemporary, traditional or unique designs.
We carry a wide assortment of quilting fabrics and feature designs specific to the area, including collections by local artists and others with a distinct southwestern theme. We also have books, patterns, notions, kits and fat quarters.
We have new books, great used books in all subjects, first editions -- including the best selection of signed firsts in the area -- and a great selection of remainders. We buy, sell and trade books.
Murals & Faux Paint by David Vedoe. Transform you House, Business or Office with Murals, Faux Paint and other Design options. Call for a free consultation.
Works on Historic Lodges, Boutique Hotels and B&B's, Galleries, Offices and Private Residences, Etc.
Located in one of the oldest Taos settlements next to the famous St. Francis Church, we are a family-owned and operated gallery specializing in Native American art, Pueblo pottery, Navajo weavings, fine historical, and contemporary art.
Beautifully hadcrafted leather goods and jewelry made in Taos.
The oldest gem and mineral store in Taos the shop offers beautiful minerals and related items such as dishes carved from fossil-filled rocks, all sorts of jewelry-making supplies including intricate silver baubles, and lamps made of halite.
The legendary Brodsky Bookshop is the oldest bookshop in magical Taos. It was founded as an eclectic store specializing in new and used books in 1977 by the late Lee Brodsky.
New, unusual and unique original artwork, gifts, and fair trade items jewelry, yarn and more.
We are the premiere tattoo and body piercing shop in Taos, New Mexico. We are a collective of very experienced tattoo artist and body piercers here to provide our customers with the highest level of standards and services possible.
Antique Navajo and Hispanic Textiles, New Mexican Furniture, Pottery, Antique Guns and Frontier Collectibles. Visit us in downtown Taos in the historic Ledoux Street District.
Bella Mundi is a quaint little store in Arroyo Seco that is full of surprises! The shop owners/artists, Harris and Leslie, display their ever evolving works of art. You will find Mexican art, prints on metal portraits and tin nichos.
A local clothing exchange specializing in affordable, stylish clothing and accessories in great condition for Taos and its visitors.
Located in the resort center at the base of Lift #1, the Tenderfoot Katie marketplace offers affordable grab and go breakfasts and lunches as well as an abundance of unique made to order options.
Since 1980 Emily Benoist Ruffin Design & Goldsmiths has continued to bring to you fine designer jewelry, top quality colored stones & ideal cut diamonds.
300 chocolate candies and other confectionary products: clusters, caramels, creams, meltaways, truffles and molded chocolates. We prepare a variety of caramel and candy apples, fudge, chocolate items and confections – plus ice cream!
Arroyo Seco Mercantile is a melting pot of Northern New Mexico flavor. First stablished to serve the needs of the village of Arroyo Seco, a small Hispanic village on Highway 150, it now draws people from all over.
For over 20 years, Kimosabe has showcased treasures of the American West. Pueblo pottery, vintage Navajo rugs, Native American blankets, old pawn jewelry, American Indian baskets and beadwork, vintage posters, and New Mexican folk art.
The Jewel of Kit Carson Road. Local art and artists. Featuring Tracy Turner Sheppard, Cathy Carey, Gary Roller. Jewelry by Rosa Kilgore, bronze sculpture, oils, pastels, acrylics and printmaking.
For over 35 years Jackies has been known for providing the best in Navajo, Zuni, Hopi and Pueblo made art, crafts, pottery, Nav, and vintage collectible Southwestern Jewelry.
Our hats are hand made, one-at-a-time from the finest quality fur felts of either rabbit or beaver. They can be custom dyed, finished in a variety of ways, and adorned with a variety of banding options to give each a hat a truly unique look.