My parents bought a second home in Taos, New Mexico 11 years ago after falling in love with the small ski and art town on their 25th anniversary trip. For the past 11 years, we've visited Taos as often as possible, typically making the trek from Southern California by car at least twice a year. Maybe we'll get out there even more once my parents retire! On this past trip, I made a point of writing down some of our staple spots to visit with each trip. Below I've compiled a few favorites and will add anything new we discover on future trips in a blog post down the road.
NOTE: I wrote this last summer and never posted it so everything is a little out of season. It's covered in snow up there right now!
EAT + DRINK
- Taos Pueblo for Native American treasures (and fry bread!)
- Smoke Signals in Taos Plaza is a Native American-owned shop and carries a lot of unique crafts & art
- Bryan's Gallery for high end estate jewelry, pottery and native art
- Logan Wannamaker Pottery
My mom & son. How cute are they?!