Here are a handful of images that where shared onto our Facebook page from visitors and community members. Taos Pueblo thanks you for submitting, we encourage any new submissions and new shares on our page. It is great to see everyone’s images.

Come visit Taos Pueblo. As a friendly reminder, there IS a $6 camera fee per person. Always be polite and ask before photographing community members on the pueblo. For professional hotographers please inquire with the tourism office and for more information click here for camera permit information.


Feast days were introduced by the Spanish colonization and represent the celebration of the Patron Saints of the Catholic religion (see our Event Calendar) Feast Days also coincide with our traditional Pueblo religion which allows the people of our community to practice both the Catholic and Pueblo Religion.

A typical Feast Day is a day of eating, visiting with family, friends and enjoying the traditional dances that are allowed to public spectators.

Feast days are an integral part of the Pueblo culture and we enjoy sharing these days with our visitors and friends.

Although our feast days are open to the public, one must be invited to a home to visit and/or share a feast day meal.

Please use common courtesy, etiquette and do not walk into a home uninvited. Other common courtesies include; after a dance is over please do not applaud for these are not performances. Our dances are part of a ceremony and it is an honor to see these dances.

Please while watching the dances do not question community members as to what’s the significance of the dance, remember you are witnessing a ceremony therefore please exercise self control.

Thank you for visiting Taos Pueblo during these special events.

Late winter to early Spring the Pueblo closes for about ten weeks.
call for info: 575-758-1028

Guided Tours available daily starting at 9:00 am.

Please respect the “restricted area” signs as they protect the privacy of our residents and the sites of our native religious practices.

Do not enter doors that are not clearly marked as curio shops. Each home is privately owned and occupied by a family and is not a museum display to be inspected with curiosity.

Please do not photograph members of our tribe without first asking permission.

Absolutely no photography in San Geronimo Chapel.

Do not enter the walls surrounding the ruins of the old church and our cemetery.

Do not wade in our river — our sole source of drinking water.

Here are a few clothing recommendations when visiting Taos Pueblo. Keep in mind we are somewhat located off the beaten path, comfortable shoes are a
must. Whether you choose to wear; sneakers, hiking boots, flats or sandals, the visit is a walking tour and we want you to be comfortable.

Taos Pueblo does enjoy all four seasons. A light jacket and dressing in layers is always a good choice, we do live in a high desert climate and the weather can sometimes be unpredictable.

You can read about its long history and its World Heritage Site status, but until you step foot on Taos Pueblo you can’t really feel what that heritage means
Walking past the doorways of the multi-storied homes still occupied today is an experienced unmatched anywhere else.