This part studio, part cooperative gallery is run by seventh-generation weaver Irvin Trujillo and his wife Lisa. Irvin's work is displayed at the Smithsonian in Washington DC and the Museum of Art in Santa Fe. Natur…
This shop dates back to the arrival of German trader Ralph Meyers in 1909. Even if you're not looking to buy anything, step into the dusty museum-like backroom devoted to artifacts including Indian crafts, jewelry a…
The largest Native American-owned trading post in the Southwest, across from the casino, sells crafts from all the region’s native peoples, and has its own showpiece buffalo herd.
Pubelo-run cooperative, stocking a good selection of traditional red pottery, seed jewelry, weavings and drums.
Stop at the Maria Poveka Martinez Museum, which sells the pueblo's pottery.
In business since 1950 and now run by Tony’s son Phillip, this simple adobe shop continues to sell a fine assortment of arts and crafts from Taos and neighboring Pueblos.
A huge and comprehensive selection of books, some secondhand, in the northeast quadrant of the city.
Large gallery where knowledgeable salespeople sell Native American pottery, jewelery, rugs and crafts.
A reputable Old Town store specializing in natural American turquoise, as stones as well as finished jewelry.
The Oviedo family has been carving native woods since 1739. Today the Oviedo Gallery is housed in the centuries-old family farm, and also displays and sells a wide range of bronze sculptures, made in the on-site fou…