Fully narrated tours
offered twice daily
Tour the Historic Taos
Plaza past the famous La Fonda Hotel, then through the heart of Taos past many other interesting sites.
History and Culture
Wind your way carefree through the scenic streets of Taos, NM starting with
a tour of the historic Taos Plaza. Check out the picturesque shops, museums
and other places of interest along the way. Hear fascinating stories about
the history, people and places as you go.
End the day with a photo stop at the famous
San Francisco de Asis church in Ranchos de Taos, home of some of the most
picturesque shops in the area.
Our tours will
enlighten you to the richness of our cultures and the reason Taoseños
Jewelry and Kachina photos courtesy
of the Millicent Rogers Museum
Ticket sold at Atira's 102 A South Plaza
Departure times may vary by approximately 10 minutes.
$14 Children (7-12)
6 & under Free
(Entry Fees of $10 for adults to the Millicent Rogers
be purchased at the Visitor's Center or from the Tour Guide. Tickets available online, at Atira's, by phone or on the trolley!
History and Culture Tour
the original church at Taos Pueblo is in ruins?
Why so many
doors and windows are painted blue?
round pueblo ovens are called?
Penitentes got started in this area?
to Gov. Bent, the first governor of New Mexico?
Blumenschein and Bert Phillips were?
famous in-crowd in Taos was in the 1920's?
Barela was and how he died?
us...and you will!
Charters Welcome -
Call for Reservations
Have a wedding
We will provide
an enchanting ride for the wedding party from the church to the reception.
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along the tour, you will experience the beautiful Taos mountain vistas, a part
of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range.
End your tour with a photo stop at San Francisco de Asis Church in Ranchos de
Taos, one of the most photographed churches in the country.
The next stop is the Millicent
Rogers Museum that displays a spectacular collection of jewelry, textiles,
pottery, kachina dolls and basketry from many Southwestern tribes.
Photo courtesy of Millicent Rogers Museum