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Taos Pueblo, Taos

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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. With our world travel planner, Taos attractions like Taos Pueblo can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • I rated Taos Pueblo with the maximum 5 "stars", but would gladly exceed that and give it a 10! This remarkable place where Puebloan people still live, is seeped in a well-preserved thousand-year histo...  more »
  • The Taos Pueblo is a must visit during your trip to Taos. There is so much history and culture in this functional Pueblo. Take a guided tour. Be sure to visit St. Jerome's chapel.  more »
  • This was an interesting pueblo to visit. When you pay, you will receive an annotated map for a self-guided walk through the pueblo. However, I highly recommend that you wait for one of the frequent gu...  more »
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  • It's worth the visit and definitely go on the tour. It's short but informative. This can easily be a 4 star review if: - Have the tour guide get people directly in front when speaking and not a semi-circle. When you're panning left to right, people can't​ hear you. It's either the left or the right side that can hear you. As a result, we only understood 60% of the tour. - Have the locals park their cars in the parking lot and not IN the museum. Also, remove the tarp and trash lying around in the river and whatnot. It really detracts from the image that you're trying to project.
  • Great place to visit. We left inspired both by the history as well as the future of the people who have called this place home for hundreds and hundreds of years. One of my favorite parts of our trip to NM.
  • Fascinating tour of Native American historical dwellings as well as current tribe member who still live there. Loved the jewelry and fry bread.
  • Very historic and important. I love the people
  • Very cool historical site. Oldest continually lived in community in the western hemisphere, over a thousand years. Tourist trap? Probably, but worth it.