DAY TRIP IDEAS

LEARN FROM THE LOCALS

With so much to see and do in Taos and the surrounding areas, it can be overwhelming deciding what to include in your trip planning. Take a guided tour with one of our many talented tour guides and discover some of the secret places and fascinating stories that will enrich your Taos Experience.

Winding road with houses and trees on the side
10 miles from Taos, Shops, Galleries, Dining

Visit Arroyo Seco

Arroyo Seco is a quaint colorful village of galleries, potters, stores, some of the best restaurants in Taos set in in a picturesque location that has been the home to many interesting and famous people throughout the years.

$15

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Old adobe church with flowers in foreground
San Francisco de Asis Church, Shop & Dine

Visit Ranchos De Taos

4 miles South from Taos Plaza discover Ranchos de Taos with the “not to miss” Landmark site of St Francis de Asis Church, galleries and trading posts, stores with collectiblesand some of the best restaurants in Taos.

$43

+tax
Steam train in mountains
Historic Taos Trolley Tours

Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad

Spend the day on America’s best scenic railroad. The coal-fired steam engine of Cumbres & Toltec takes you into the unspoiled West. Through steep mountain canyons, high desert, and lush meadows.

$16

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Two women in hot springs
10 miles from Taos, Shops, Galleries, Dining

Ojo Caliente Day Spa

Arroyo Seco is a quaint colorful village of galleries, potters, stores, some of the best restaurants in Taos set in in a picturesque location that has been the home to many interesting and famous people throughout the years.

$125

/person
Woman looking at map of new mexico, gorge bridge and Taos mountain in background.
Heritage Inspirations

Half Day Active Tour

If you want to experience the local outdoor splendors of Taos, hear about the heritage and geology connected to this landscape, as well as witness her provoking artistic wild splendors, then this unforgettable active half-day expedition is for you!

$43

+tax
Taos Guided Tours- Old adobe buildings with blue sky
Heritage Inspirations

Half Day Cultural Tour

Visit Taos Pueblo, World Heritage UNESCO site whose iconic multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years. Next, we visit Millicent Rogers Museum. Finally, finish your tour visiting the Taos Gorge Bridge.
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