San Francisco de Asis Church is a still-active 18th-century parish that, thanks to Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keeffe, became a modern art icon—and a quintessential Taos landmark. It’s one of New Mexico’s most photographed churches.
Martinez Hacienda, also known as Hacienda de los Martinez, is a Taos County, New Mexico hacienda built during the Spanish colonial era. It is now a living museum listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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.
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.
Walking narrative about Taos' history and culture, the arts scene, and historical figures. Meet KIt Carson, Padre Martinez, doyenne Mabel Dodge Luhan, novelist D.H. Lawrence, and Navajo code talkers. Your guide is Taos artist, and storyteller Sam Richardson
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.
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.
Acuarelas Studio and Gallery is sometimes mistaken for a museum. Artist and owner Leandro Martin Rodriguez enjoys sharing the journey of each piece in his gallery as well as letting visitors know that everything is indeed ready for purchase
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.
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.
Portions of the Blumenschein Home and Museum were built in 1797. Ernest Blumenschein, co-founder of the Taos Society of Artists, brought his family to the Taos in 1919. The artist and his family lived there for more than 40 years.
The largest collection of work by Navajo artist RC Gorman to be found anywhere. Though RC passed in 2005, there remains a significant group of original oil pastel drawings, original lithographs, bronzes, and giclees paper castings.