Come visit the home of New Mexico's first American governor, early trader, trapper and mountain man, Governor Charles Bent.
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.
Site of the early 20th century homes and studios of E.I. Couse and J.H. Sharp, founding members of the Taos Society of Artists. Gardens, 1830s chapel, 1930s machine shop and lab, brand-new research center, and galleries with exhibitions on the 2+ acre campus.
In 1801 construction started on an adobe church with a flat roof and walls three to four feet thick. From 1826 to 1857 it served as the local priest Padre Antonio Jose Martínez’s headquarters.
Visit the Fechin House, home of the Taos Art Museum, for a truly authentic Taos experience. Delight in soft adobe walls, exquisitely carved furniture and woodwork, and some of the finest artworks ever created in Taos.
Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years.
Hold your cowboy wedding at the former home of Taos’ leading Western hero. The courtyard here is available for receptions and the staff will be happy to assist you with planning your event.