TAOS PUEBLO WINTER HOURS
8:00 a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Christmas Eve Day 12/24/10
5:00 pm (Sundown)
Evening Vespers and Procession of the Virgin Mary with Bonfires.
Christmas Day 12/25/10
Open 1 pm -5 pm
New Years Day 1/1/13
Open 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
All Kings Day 1/6/13
Open 1:00 pm -5:00 pm
Happy Holidays everyone!! Please be mindful while we share our home, culture, and traditions with you; there is an appropriate etiquette. Please refrain from interfering with dances and/or dancers and most of all NO PHOTOGRAPHY is allowed on dance days.
*All electronic and/or any devices capturing cultural ceremonies will be confiscated with no return.
120 Veterans Highway
Taos, NM 87571
Please call Taos Pueblo Tourism at
575-758-1028 for more information.
Admission: $16 per person
Students: $14 per person
Group Rates (8 or more Adults):
$14 per person
Children 10 and under: Free
PHOTOGRAPHY IS ALLOWED
RULES AND REGULATIONS APPLY:
ALL PHOTOS ARE FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY
Commercial, Documentary, Educational, and/or Artist Renderings
MUST HAVE PRIOR APPROVAL AND ALL FEES APPLY
INQUIRE WITH TOURISM OFFICE
NO PHOTOS OF TRIBAL MEMBERS WITHOUT PERMISSION
NO PHOTOGRAPHY ON FEAST DAYS
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We offer guided tours year round. Our tours begin at 9:00 a.m. and run every 20 minutes on the hour. The tour is optional but highly recommended. Tours touch on the highlights of the culture, history and people. Tours last from 20 – 30 minutes, our guides take you to areas of significance in the [&hellip
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