Taos Art Museum & Fechin Institute
Russian artist Nicolai Fechin moved to Taos in 1926, aged 46, and adorned the interior of this adobe home with his own distinctly...
Millicent Rogers Museum
Rooted in the private collection of model and oil heiress Millicent Rogers, who moved to Taos in 1947, this superb museum, 4 miles...
Large, ramshackle and very popular coffeehouse and bakery, serving all-day breakfasts – try the chile-smothered Taos Benedict – plus...
Attractive, intimate but often rather hectic little restaurant that serves Spanish-style sharing plates such as pork rinds or roasted...
1114 Don Juan Valdez Lane · interesting places nearby
Renowned for serving what’s hands-down the best New Mexican food in Taos – be sure to try the blue corn chicken enchiladas – this inconspicuous little cafe, just left of the highway as you head north of town, gets really busy in high season.