Taos is an art and cultural destination in the Southwest.
The heart of Taos art and culture scene is the Taos Pueblo
. Taos Pueblo is the only Indian community in the United States designated as a World Heritage Site and is a sight to behold. Its multi-story adobe structure is home to numerous artisans, who sell handmade pottery, jewelry, leather goods and other arts and crafts to visitors. Guided tours conducted by Pueblo college students highlight the culture, history and people.
cultural tours provide an immersive cultural and activity based tours with hand-crafted, all-inclusive guided experiences highlighting adventure, art, culture, and heritage. Guests interact with locals, hear their stories, history, and traditions while visiting cultural sites. Guests will develop an insight to the diversity of the people and adventurous landscape and natural wonders.
The Town of Taos has one of the nation’s best small-town art scenes. This includes excellent museums like the Harwood Museum of Art
in the artistic enclave of Ledoux Street and the Millicent Rogers Museum
on the north side of town. There are also dozens of galleries and countless artist studios, film festivals, live theater, lectures and special events can be found on LiveTaos.com
, the Taos News Entertainment
section as well as the Taos Ski Valley Events Calendar
Pat Woodall, an renowed Taos artist, provides three hour sessions of painting Instruction for beginners to advanced painters. Taos is the place to expand your creative energies!