Shop & Stroll

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 cornbeads 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 leather work. The jewelry created in Taos satisfies every taste and pocketbook. You'll find beautiful tin and wood items, pottery, ceramics and much more.

Discover the Shopping Areas in the Historical District of Taos and Surrounding Areas

Map of Taos

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The Historical District

Kit Carson Road

Kit Carson Road Map

For art collectors or browsers Kit Carson Road is home to some of the finest galleries in Taos offering regular art walks, exhibitions and openings. This historical street is lined with traditional adobe stores and accents of Taos blue in the vigas and windows along with abundant flower gardens in the summer months. Step into the home of Kit Carson and the Taos Art Society Founders, Couse-Sharp Historical Site. Discover this lively street and take home a memory of Taos.

Learn more about Kit Carson Road at:  taos.org/kitcarsonroad.com


Taos Plaza

Map of Taos Plaza

In the center of the Historical District you will discover Taos Plaza surrounded by numerous galleries offering works by renowned Taos Artists from the present and past. Discover stores with southwestern and native american collectibles, mercantiles, award winning chocolate store, cafe's and restaurants. In summer the plaza offers a farmers market on Saturdays and free entertainment on Thursday's. Annual events including Fiestas, Yuletide, Halloween and Glam Trash are held in Taos Plaza.

Learn more about the Taos Plaza at:  taos.org/taosplaza.com


John Dunn Shops

In the heart of the Historical District you will find the Bent Street Shops and John Dunn walkway. This area is well worth exploring for the day with beautiful gardens and shade trees. You will find galleries on-of-a-kind stores, jewelers, clothing boutiques and artists co-operatives. Dining options include a deli, cafe, restaurant and food carts.

Learn more about the John Dunn Shopping area at:  taos.org/johndunnshops.com


Bent Street Shops

Map of Bent Street

In the heart of the Historical District you will find the Bent Street Shops and John Dunn walkway. This area is well worth exploring for the day with beautiful gardens and shade trees. You will find galleries on-of-a-kind stores, jewelers, clothing boutiques and artists co-operatives. Dining options include a deli, cafe, restaurant and food carts.

Learn more about the Bent Street Shopping area at: taos.org/bentstreetshops.com


Ledoux Street & Guadalupe Plaza 

Tucked away behind the plaza is a jewel of Taos. Ledoux Ledoux Street MapStreet is possibly one of the most colorful streets in Taos. This street is lined with traditional adobe shops, galleries, museums and studios and framed with established country flower gardens and wall murals. Plan a visit to the Bluemenschein Home and Museum and Harwood Museum of Art when discovering Ledoux Street. During Yuletide Ledoux Street hosts an annual event called The lighting of Ledoux where the streets are lined with glowing Farolitos.

Learn more about Ledoux Street and Guadalupe Plaza at:  taos.org/ledouxstreetguadalupeplaza.com


 

Drive to Surrounding Areas to Shop & Stroll for the day

Arroyo Seco

Map of Arroyo Seco

Located 9 miles from Taos and on the way to Taos Ski Valley, this picturesque village is home to a collection of cute stores, jewelers and sculptors, weavers and potters. This small community has a Yoga Studio, organic grocery store, bar, cafes, restaurants and historical sites. Plan a day trip to Arroyo Seco for a relaxing stroll through this charming village.

Learn more about Arroyo Seco at: taos.org/arroyoseco.com


Ranchos de Taos

Map of Ranchos de Taos

4 miles South from Taos Plaza discover Ranchos de Taos with the "not to miss" Landmark site of St Francis de Asis Church, numerous galleries and trading posts, stores with collectibles, cafe's and some of the best restaurants in Taos. This traditional historic village is a photographers dream anytime of the year whether its with snow capped adobes or tall hollyhock gardens.

Learn more about Ranchos de Taos at: taos.orgranchosdetaosplaza.com


 


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    Artwares Contemporary Jewelry


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    Treasures


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    Paul’s Men’s Shop


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    Common Thread Textiles


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