Taos has many titles to boast; it was voted the #1 Native American destination in August 2014 by USA Today, and has also been designated both a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Historic Landmark. However, more than its titles, Taos is home to over 1900 Taos Indians who are preserving a culture and their ancient pueblo home that is estimated to be around 1,000 years old.

Visitors can take guided tours of the pueblo and view how the large structure was made using adobe brick. Visitors can also view some of the beautiful area, including St. Jerome Chapel, and visit Taos Pueblo artisans and businesses selling handmade arts, crafts, and foods.

Taos, NM is located 1 ½ hours northwest of Santa Fe, NM at the junction of US 64 and NM 68.

Children 10 and under have free admittance, adults have a $16 per person entrance fee, and students have a $14 per person entrance fee.

Taos Pueblo is a living Native American community, meaning that some rooms in the Pueblo will not be marked for entrance. Likewise, some areas surrounding the pueblo will be marked off-limits for visitors. Please remember that you are visiting people’s homes, religious places of worship, and ancient ancestral homeland. Visit TaosPueblo.com <http://www.taospueblo.com/visiting> for a full list of rules, regulations, prices and hours, and things to consider during your visit.