Yes, the admission fee is a little high. But how much do people pay for a cup of latte at Starbucks? This Pueblo is a stroll through history. While visiting, respect the fact that you are entering someone's home and are their guest. Speaking to the residents was the high point of our visit. It gave us the opportunity to learn a little bit about their Native American culture. It was a pleasure to be greeted by song and drums when we arrived at one of the artist's home. Strongly recommend that you take the time to visit the Taos Pueblo if you are ever in Taos.
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