taos is new mexico true
Taos is everything you think it is – artsy and outdoorsy, historical and quirky and breathtakingly beautiful; except it’s even artsier than you pictured, more outdoorsy than you can imagine, older than you thought possible, quirkier than you expected and more beautiful than what you’ve heard. It’s everything you want and more.
Learn how to make New Mexico’s beloved holiday cookies!
Downtown Taos is filled with wonderful shops, galleries, architecture and history. Its the perfect location for a morning stroll —… Read more »
Taos businesses have risen to meet the needs of this COVID-19 affected reality.
The Society of the Muse of the Southwest (SOMOS) is a respected literary resource center in Taos.
As New Mexico relaxes its restrictions during this time of crisis, and we return to some form of normal life living with COVID 19, many New Mexicans are turning to the great outdoors.
The arrival of spring in Taos brings with it the blossoming of lilacs everywhere. Lilacs in springtime are ubiquitous in Taos.
Taos is a mecca for artists and visionaries. Artists find endless inspiration through Taos’ natural beauty, rustic charm, and unique way of life.
The best whitewater rafting in New Mexico is found here. Discover a diverse selection of lakes, river stretches and holes to ride, wade and paddle in.
Originally settled by a group of hearty and adventurous miners in the 1800’s, the community is now inhabited by intrepid skiers and outdoor enthusiasts year-round.
Get to know all of the ski resorts located in Northern New Mexico! In Northern New Mexico and within 84… Read more »
Day trip to entirely different worlds and be back in Taos for dinner. Taos is the ideal homebase for exploring… Read more »
Mineral Springs and Day Spas in and around Taos New Mexico is blessed with some of the finest hot springs… Read more »
The sky is indeed big and blue in Northern New Mexico. It’s an adventure in itself up there, from Taos’… Read more »
The way we travel has changed. We no longer want a generic, one-size-fits-all vacation. We want to explore on our… Read more »
When most people think of New Mexico, they think of painted deserts and green chile. Few would consider it a… Read more »
We’re a town of people who like to be outside with families, friends and sports opponents. The air and the… Read more »
With the weather warming up and daylight hours stretching into evening, there’s no better time of year to get outside!… Read more »
On two feet, or on four feet, however you prefer, there’s a dizzying range of ways and places to make… Read more »
Off road or on, there are miles and miles to conquer (or just coast on) on bike in Taos. From savagely beautiful to super serene, the views you can take in on two wheels are unbeatable here.
Taos: a basalt, granite, and conglomerate paradise in northern New Mexico The Rio Grande Gorge features several rock climbing locations… Read more »
June 16 – August 4, 2019
Over 50 years of preparing young masters for the world stage and bringing superb performances to chamber music lovers.
August 16 – 18, 2019 Meow Wolf brings an immersive weekend experience of art and music to Kit Carson Park in Taos, New Mexico.
August 1 – 3, 2019
Three-day community event to celebrate diversity, increase awareness, and provide a safe place to be exactly who you are!
Back for its 10th year Dog Days of Summer Concert will feature top-notch talent and will benefit Stray Hearts Animal Shelter in Taos
August 16 – 31st, 2019
World-renowned artists perform an impressive array of works from great classical, romantic, baroque and contemporary masters.
September 5 – 7, 2019 The best of live folk and Americana music around performing all weekend in the heart of Taos.
Picuris, once the largest, today is one of the smallest Tiwa pueblos. Like Taos, it was influenced by Plains Indian culture.
New Mexico’s only full service cross-country ski and snowshoe area.
With so much to see and do in Taos and the surrounding areas, it can be overwhelming deciding what to… Read more »
The heart of Taos, where locals gather for summer concerts and visitors enjoy the shops and galleries all year long.
In northern New Mexico there exist eight historical pueblos (Native American settlements) that you can visit today.
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.