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Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years. We welcome you to...more
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We really enjoyed our visit to the pueblo. I would recommend you visit this while in Taos and make sure you take the trolley tour. Dave was our guide and he was REALLY informative about the area and history.
The first time I tried to go, the site was closed. I had checked the website in advance and it did not show the Pueblo would be closed that day so I was disappointed. However, several people told me that there is no other pueblo...More
Definitely would recommend going here if you are in New Mexico. A 2.5 hour drive from Albuquerque and 1.5 hours from Santa Fe. Cost is $16 a person, but I found that worthwhile to see the history and culture that is present there. Free tours...More
Expensive, but where else can you see such history. For the price could be better organized. Must take the tour to really understand the Pueblo. Very commercial, but you are supporting the tribe. Actually few (30) people live here and virtually everyone has a home...More
Its easy to find, parking was easy, I was directed into a small parking lot by a young man.
The pueblo is a $16 dollar admission, seemed ok price wise. We didn't do a tour. Its very beautiful, photogenic but to enter any building you...More
Taos Pueblo is an amazing historic place to see. The tour was very good and the people were very accommodating. Lots of the residents were selling jewelry and traditional baked goods. Extremely interesting to see this place that dates back hundreds of years.
We paid our entrance fee to the Taos Pueblo and then walked across the street to the site. There a young native man took us around the site and gave us a very informative tour. He was very knowledgeable, friendly, and made the tour so...More
OK, OK - I know people have to make a living, but this was much more a shopping stop than a history/cultural stop. But then that's what Taos (the town) is all about,too - shopping. The entire pueblo is one tiny shop after another selling...More
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You really need to be careful before hiking around looking for wildlife. The reason being is that most of the land is a United Nations heritage site and working Native American Pueblo in which people are living within the... More
You really need to be careful before hiking around looking for wildlife. The reason being is that most of the land is a United Nations heritage site and working Native American Pueblo in which people are living within the Pueblo. Anyone who steps foot on the reservation is a guest... unlike a national park.