Taos Pueblo represents the ancient tribe of the Taos people. It is one of the oldest continuously inhabited places in the United States. This World Heritage Site is internationally recognized for its multi-storied residential pueblos and the residents' private lifestyle. The tribe welcomes visitors in its public places, but asks visitors to respect its culture. For example, do not take photos of the tribal residents and inside the San Geronimo Chapel. Shops and businesses open to the public are clearly marked with signs. The stream that runs through the village is the community's sole source of drinking water, so do not enter the water. To visit Taos Pueblo on your holiday in Taos, and find out what else Taos has to offer, use our Taos.
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Per their website, they are currently closed due to Covid19. They advise to not even try to drive up to see the pueblos, since you wont be able to see them from the road closure. So check the... more »
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