Whether it’s a paddle or a fishing line you’re looking to spend time with, Taos offers a diverse selection of lakes, river stretches and holes to ride, wade and angle in.
Amidst vigas, wrought iron furniture, and local art, you can watch chefs prepare flavorful dishes from the open-air kitchen. Three dining rooms, outdoor patio. Italian favorites, American classics, and daily specials. Wi-Fi available.
Come rafting with us! Come discover the wilderness!
From mellow floats & family white-water to the world-class Taos Box…
From fun half-days to fabulous wilderness overnights with gorgeous scenery, great food & star-filled skies...
Casually elegant 1832 adobe hacienda nestled in a country setting. Scenic country grounds, labyrinth, private patios, space for quiet reflection, on-site orchards, and organic and/or locally-sourced gourmet breakfasts daily.
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.
Multimedia artist Claudia Kleefeld creates original oil paintings, fine art studies, installation/art videos and photographic works. Her classical oil paintings focus on the human form and display her mastery of old world techniques.
Come experience a unique casual fine dining atmosphere set in the beautiful architecture of this historic Ranchos De Taos landmark. Our fare is a marriage of refined European simplicity with traditional New Mexican dishes.
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.
Measuring 7,302 yards from the back tees, this Jep Wille design tests the skills of the best golfers in New Mexico, while its gently rolling terrain and four sets of tees make the course enjoyable for all players.
Fine art and commercial photography studio. Kathleen Brennan’s New Mexico landscape photographs have won numerous awards and are in private and museum collections. Kathleen’s work has been described as poetic and masterful.
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.
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.