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Taos Pueblo, designated as both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark, is a living Native American community that has continuously inhabited the all-adobe Pueblo for more than 1,000 years. The Taos Pueblo offers walking tours to visitors every day of the week for the majority of the year (closed late winter/early spring). On feast days, visitors can witness a ceremonial dance, interact with community members, and try the native cuisine while joining in their celebration of both the patron saints of Catholicism and their traditional Pueblo beliefs.
Approximately 150 people currently live full-time in the Pueblo, which consists largely of many side-by-side individual homes. The homes have mostly been passed down within families from generation to generation.
The shops at Taos Pueblo give visitors the unique experience of purchasing handmade arts and crafts including jewelry, pottery, and paintings. The family-owned businesses may often give visitors the opportunity to interact with the artisans themselves. The influences of the rich culture of the Pueblo can be seen throughout New Mexico and the southwest.

The Taos Pueblo Community is currently closed to the public until further notice.

Taos Air is a public/private partnership dedicated to providing air service to/from Taos and the Enchanted Circle region. Partners include: