Price is a little steep $17 for adult and $15 for senior but it's a nice walk through the thousands of years old ruins. And the river is right through t it's pretty, the cemetery is amazing with all the old wood crosses.
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It was strongly recommended that we take the local tour offered by the community's young people. So glad we did. Our guide was knowledgeable and open to sharing his knowledge. The site itself if "awe"some and deeply spiritual. Remember, you are actually visiting peoples' homes....More
Read somewhere this is a very conservative pueblo. Don't understand why, they are very open to visitors. Very "present-day", you just pay a reasonable entrance fee, which includes everything. Take as many pictures as you like in the area that Is open to the public....More
...for sociological reasons. It's small and not actually worth the $16. The inhabitants sell wares, not much different from downtown Taos or the roadside. On paper, not worth it, but you should go anyway.
We have been to the Taos Pueblo many times and our visit today was unimpressive. You have the option to tour on your own or tour with a young tribal guide. Tours are by gratuity and admission to the Pueblo is separate. The tour guide...More
We have visited the Pueblo before and wanted to take an Aussie friend. The Pueblo is picturesque and we have always found the Native American people there friendly. We took the free tour which was not long, but our young guide in that short time...More
We went early afternoon and other weather was warm. Take a bottle of water, there is a lot of walking. They give you a self guided tour sheet but it would have been nice to have signs in the front of buildings explaining something about...More
We had my sister's 15 year old grandsons with us and they were amazed at how the people lived in the pueblos. We also ate some blue corn fry bread with cinnamon and butter. It was so good. Not many actually live in the pueblo...More
We enjoyed visiting this Pueblo, and our "college aged" guide. She took us through the history. The shops are nice but no pressure to buy. The only pressure you might feel is the tour guide does let you know in no uncertain terms that tips...More
It is hard to explain the experience of visiting this community. We did a self-guided tour and visited all the locations explained on the map. It is a fascinating look at a people working to maintain their culture. The people we interacted with were friendly...More