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A journey out into the New Mexico desert can be a truly spiritual experience, filled with wonders both natural and manmade. One of our state’s most stunning manmade structures, the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge rises 565 feet above the river that shares its name. 

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Taos is certainly the all around coolest spot in New Mexico, but for the hottest Independence Day daytime festivities, you’ll want to take a fifteen minute drive north to Arroyo Seco, where the noontime parade brings the usually sleepy little village roaring to life.

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Here in the Southwest, we draw endless inspiration from the wide open spaces and the frontier spirit passed down through generations. In keeping with that ethos, we’re fascinated by architect Michael Reynolds’s one-of-a-kind Earthship Biotecture project, a community of over seventy “Earthships” just a short drive from our Taos hotel.

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Here at the Taos Inn, we know a thing or two about New Mexico history, and we strive to use that knowledge to help make your stay with us a fun and memorable one. As part of that effort, we highly recommend you stroll down to the Old Taos County Courthouse, conveniently located on the downtown plaza.

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Guests of the Historic Taos Inn and the public at large are invited to One and the Same, a contemplative installation of new photography by Birgit Gutsche and Heather Ross.

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Adjust your eyes and ears this February with live performances, happening right here in Taos.

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Have yourself a very pleasant evening as fresh snow drops around the Taos community.

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There’s nothing quite like strolling down candle lit footpaths during a Taos holiday.

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In broad daylight or after the sun’s set for another evening, an artistic community dedicated to bolstering a New Mexico cultural heritage hums with life.

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Top that costume with a feather and give it a last-minute tweak before making your way to Taos' haunted wineries and museums.

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Kick back during Oktoberfest at the Taos Ski Valley Village, explore Art On Tap at Toas Mesa Brewing and sip specials at Eske's Brew us Bluegrass and Old-time String Jam. 

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Same time, same place next week? That’s how our favorite Farmers’ Market goes. Each week locals and guests descend on Taos Plaza for a bounty of tempting meats, cheeses, and fresh baked treats.

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The Adobe Bar is famous for it's nightly live music and world class margaritas. Often called "The Living Room of Taos", it's a must for anyone wanting the true Taos experience.

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Count your lucky stars, New Mexico. Elsewhere the climate is rocketing into the stratosphere with humidity that feels like tropical levels. In order to stay fresh this August, your Historic Taos Inn is putting together the following guide to fresh musical acts and words of wisdom.

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The changing of seasons is exciting for many reasons, but here at the Inn it means new menu items!  Chef Gregory Romo and the Doc Martin's kitchen have added some beautiful new summer dishes that are sure to delight.

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On a dark desert highway, rising up through the air you see a shimmering light. Then another, skittering across the clear New Mexican sky.

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Every spring New Mexico’s artisans and local chefs gather right in Taos in commemoration of some very special flora. Lilac, specifically.

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Whether or not you’re an aspiring filmmaker, you can’t take a trip to Taos during the spring without attending the most internationally recognized short film festival, Taos Shortz Film Festival.

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Just because it’s snowy out doesn’t mean you can’t have an adventure! Enter Taos Snowshoe Adventures, guided snowshoe tours through the magnificent New Mexico wilderness. 

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Whether or not you’re skilled at the usual winter sports, you can’t take a trip to Taos in the winter without taking part in one of our favorite winter-time activities: tubing! Unlike skiing or snowboarding, anyone can go tubing or sledding, no experience required! 

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Taos is dominated by amazing natural beauty and landscapes, including the mighty Rio Grande, which you can become more closely acquainted with on a raft ride with Los Rios River Runners, New Mexico’s oldest, largest and most experienced rafting company.

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If you’re looking for a Christmas like no other you’ve seen before, it can be found in the Taos Peublo. An ancient Native American community, the Taos pueblo is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States, and is designated as a World Heritage Site. 

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This November, in addition to the beautiful fall weather, visitors to Taos can also enjoy the Frank Morgan Taos jazz Festival, held in tribute to jazz great Frank Morgan, who called Taos home. ... View Details >
As Fall arrives, the air in Taos is filled with a crisp coolness. On October 23rd through the 25th it will also be filled with dozens of hot air balloons for the 33rd Annual Taos Mountain Balloon Rally.... View Details >
Are you a bicycle boss? A serious cyclist? The consider checking out the Enchanted Circle Century Bike Tour.... View Details >
On the way to the Rio Grande Gorge, there's an out-of-the-way brewery on the side of the road. Don't pass it up, because you'll miss out on Taos Mesa Brewing and everything it has to offer. ... View Details >
This 4th of July, visitors staying at our historic Taos hotel will have not just one but five ways to celebrate America's birthday. Taos and the surrounding towns, which make up the Enchanted Circle, are all hosting their own unique celebrations, and with each town less than an hour from the Historic Taos Inn, you have the opportunity to experience nearly all of them!... View Details >
In the scenic mountains of New Mexico, there's no shortage of gorgeous natural wonders to see, and one of them is just a short drive from our historic inn, the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge. ... View Details >
If you've ever dreamed about going off the grid, here's your chance to see what day-to-day life looks like in the ultimate eco-friendly home. ... View Details >