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  • Taos Center for the Arts. 133 Paseo del Pueblo Norte Taos, New Mexico 87571. Phone: 575-758-2052. The Taos Center for the Arts (TCA), as arts council, public leader, partner and catalyst inspires creative expression throughout this diverse community by providing facilities and programming and education in the visual, performing and media arts.


  • Taos Historic Museums. 222 Ledoux Street Taos, NM 87571. Phone: (575) 758-0505. The Mission Statement of the Taos Historic Museums is to promote the history, heritage, and cultural arts of Northern New Mexico through the education and the preservation of our unique historic structures and collections.


  • Millicent Rogers Museum. 1504 Millicent Rogers Road Taos, NM 87571. Phone:  575-758-2462.  The prestigious Millicent Rogers Museum is built upon the distinctive and iconic vision of Millicent Rogers. After her death the family, led by her son Paul Peralta-Ramos, established a museum to showcase her stellar collection of Native American jewelry and textiles and superb examples of Hispanic religious and secular artists.


  • The Hardwood Museum of Art. 238 Ledoux Street Taos, New Mexico 87571. Phone: 575.758.9826. The mission of the Harwood Museum of Art of the University of New Mexico is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the arts, especially those created in, inspired by, or relevant to northern New Mexico.


  • Carson National Forest. 208 Cruz Alta Road Taos, NM  87571. Phone: (575) 758-6200. The Carson National Forest is one of five National Forests in New Mexico. The National Forests are America's Great outdoors, here to serve the American people at work and play!


  • Fechin House. 227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 505-758-1710. The Taos Art Museum is housed in the home of Nicolai Fechin (Fechin House), who with his family moved to Taos in 1927. Born in Russia, Fechin is one of the most important portrait painters of the 20th Century. In addition to his portraits, his paintings of Native Americans and of the New Mexico desert landscape are considered among his best works.


  • Wild Rivers Recreation Area. 226 Cruz Alta Road Taos, NM  87571. Phone: 575-758-8851. The Wild Rivers Recreation Area is located within the Río Grande Del Norte National Monument and along the Río Grande Wild and Scenic River and Red River Wild and Scenic River.  Here visitors may experience the beauty of an 800-foot deep canyon sliced into volcanic flows by the Río Grande (Spanish for Great River) and Red River where they come together.



  • Taos Pueblo. 120 Veterans Highway, Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 575 758 1028. 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 visit our village when you travel to northern New Mexico. Taos Pueblo Hours: Monday - Saturday 8:00am-4:00pm and Sunday 8:30am-4:00pm.


  • Blumenschein Home & Museum. 222 Ledoux St, Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 505 758 0505. Dedicated to the two painters who ended up in Taos in the late 1880s due to a broken wagon wheel and stayed to form the Taos Society of Artists.


  • Taos Art Museum. 227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 505-758-2690. Taos's newest museum, opened in 1994, has a collection of works by early members of the Taos Society of Artists never seen before by the public.


  • Kit Carson Home & Museum. 113 Kit Carson Rd, Taos, NM 87571. Phone:  505 758 4945. Purchased by famed cowboy Kit Carson for his bride in 1843, this 3-room adobe home displays artifacts, antique firearms and other pioneer belongings, Kit Carson memorabilia and an exhaustive supply of books about New Mexico.


  • Earthship Biotecture World Headquarters and Visitor Center. 2 Earthship Way, Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 575-751-0462. Arrive at any time between 10 am and 4 pm and you will be greeted by one of our friendly staff members or hard-working interns.


  • The KTAOS Solar Center. 9 State Road 150, Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 575.758.5826. World Class Live Music Venue. World's Most powerful solar powered radio station. Full service bar and grill.


  • Governor Bent House and Museum. 117 Bent St., Taos, NM 87571. Phone: 505-758-2376. Home of the first territorial governor of New Mexico, which features adobe architecture, 19th-century frontier artifacts and family furnishings.


  • Taos Library. 402 Camino de la Placita Taos, NM 87571. Phone: (575) 758-3063. The mission of the Taos Public Library is to provide and facilitate freedom of access to informational, recreational, and educational materials for everyone.



  • TAOS YOUTH & FAMILY CENTER. 407 Paseo del Canon, East . Taos, New Mexico 87571. Phone: (575) 758-4160. Center contains a swimming pool, an ice rink, and a skate park.



  • NRA Whittington Center. 34025 U.S. 64  Raton, NM 87740. Phone: (575) 445-3615. Founded in 1973, the NRA Whittington Center hosts many competitive, educational and recreational activities in all shooting disciplines.


  • Aztec Mill. 220 W 17th, Cimarron, NM 87714. Phone: (575) 376-2417. Mexico's Most Unusual Museum!  Built in 1864 by Lucien B. Maxwell.  The Aztec Grist Mill is in the southwest corner of Cimarron, It was built  to provide ground grains for the Maxwell Ranch and the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, as well as Santa Fe Trail travelers. Today it is operated as a museum and houses working mill parts, life-size figures of local history.


  • New Mexico State Library. 356 E 9th St # B, Cimarron, NM 87714. Phone: (575) 376-2474. The New Mexico State Library , a part of the executive branch of state government, is a division of the Office of Cultural Affairs. Located in Santa Fe.


  • Cimarron City Hall. 356 E. 9th Street, PO Box 654, Cimarron, NM 87714. Phone: 575-376-2232. Established in 1857, the village of Cimarron, New Mexico is the Historic Heart of the West. Intriguing and diverse, its history reaches back to the Santa Fe Trail.




  • Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge. P.O. Box 276 Maxwell, NM 87728. Phone: 575-375-2331. The Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge, located in the high central plains of northeastern New Mexico, was established in 1965 as a feeding and resting area for migratory birds.


  • Cimarron Chamber of Commerce. 104 Lincoln, Cimarron, NM 87714. Phone: 1-888-376-2417. In Spanish, Cimarron means “wild and unruly,” harking back to the historical turbulence of this now peaceful community.


  • Santa Fe Trail Interpretive Center. 127 Bridge Street Las Vegas, NM 87701. Phone: (505)425-8803. On Highway 64, smack dab in the center of town, across from the visitor center, you will see our fantastic new Santa Fe Trail Byway Interpretive Center featuring historical information and photographs. Please stop by and enjoy this unique taste of Cimarron.


  • Capulin Volcano National Monument. PO Box 40 Des Moines, NM 88418. Phone: (575) 278-2201. Come view a dramatic landscape—a unique place of mountains, plains, and sky. Born of fire and forces continually reshaping the earth’s surface, Capulin Volcano provides access to nature’s most awe-inspiring work.


  • Fort Union National Monument. P.O. Box 127 Watrous, NM 87753. Phone: (505) 425-8025. Exposed to the wind, within a sweeping valley of short grass prairie, amid the swales of the Santa Fe Trail, lie the territorial-style adobe remnants of the largest 19th century military fort in the region. For forty years, 1851-1891, Fort Union functioned as an agent of political and cultural change, whether desired or not, in New Mexico and throughout the Southwest.

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