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
The Pueblo is made entirely of adobe -- earth mixed with water and straw.
The walls are frequently several feet thick. The outside surfaces of the
Pueblo are continuously maintained by replastering with thick layers of mud.
Interior walls are carefully coated with thin washes of white earth to keep
them clean and bright. The Pueblo is actually many individual homes, built
side-by-side and in layers, with common walls but no connecting doorways.
Approximately 150 people live within the Pueblo full time.
The Pueblo is generally open to visitors daily from 8am to 4:30pm, except
when tribal rituals require closing the Pueblo. Late winter to early Spring
the Pueblo closes for about ten weeks. Please call ahead if you'll be
visiting during this time.
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Purchase direct from the artists at Taos Pueblo - buckskin moccasins and drums, sculpture, painting, jewelry, micaceous clay pottery.
A celebration of Native American dancers, singers and drummers. Always on the 2nd weekend of July, Fri-Sun. Arts & crafts, food booths, camping.
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A celebration of Native American dancers, singers and drummers July 8-10. Arts & crafts, food booths, camping. visit site →
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