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Things to do in Taos

There are plenty of exciting things to do in Taos. The Taos Pueblo is one place you won’t want to miss. The World Heritage Site features the largest collection of multistory pueblo dwellings in America. The multi-storied structure is believed to date back 1000 years.

Art buffs wondering what to do in Taos should head to the Harwood Museum of Art. The space offers a mix of traditional Hispanic art and modern and contemporary Anglo works. The museum is located just steps away from the city’s historic plaza.

One of the best things to in Taos is head to Taos Ski Valley. The property boasts 110 runs. Advanced skiers wondering what to do in Taos will enjoy the location’s many challenging trails. Beginner skiers should enroll in a class at Ernie Blake Ski School where students can learn to not only ski but also to snowboard. Whether you’ve never hit the slopes before or you have kids that you want to introduce to the sport, the ski school is the best place to become a snow bunny.

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  • Adobe Bar at the Historic Taos Inn

    The 1936 historic landmark mixes luxury and kitsch: it's marked with a neon sign touting dining, cocktails, and curios. Try the Cowboy Buddha Marga... More
  • Angel Fire Resort

    74 trails and glades await boarders and skiers of all abilities. You can also cruise down a 1,000-foot snow-tubing run, rent snowmobiles, ice fish,... More
  • Harwood Museum

    View the mix of traditional Hispanic and modern and contemporary Anglo works at the museum's Pueblo Revival building near the historic Plaza. More
  • Los Rios River Runners

    Blast down Class III rapids on the Rio Grande. More
  • Millicent Rogers Museum

    See the fantastic collection of Native American art at this Taos museum. More
  • Solar Music Festival

    The world descends on the mountain town of Taos for this annual music festival. More
  • Taos Art Museum and Fechin House

    Take in the works of the native Taos culture at this art outlet. More
  • Taos Pueblo

    For at least a millennium, Tiwa-speaking American Indians have lived in the multi-story Taos Pueblo, one of the oldest continuously inhabited settl... More
  • Taos Ski Valley

    Explore the 110 runs at the property, including some very challenging trails. More

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