Palacio de Marquesa is a true discovery; a spot of enchantment in an area already known for its life-altering beauty. While visiting Palacio de Marquesa, you will benefit from the expertise of experienced hospitality professionals as they guide you through the many opportunities to connect to Taos and Northern New Mexico. We can help you customize your engagement with all Taos attractions: area maps, local guides with our partner Heritage Inspirations, and more; it is our pleasure to help you find and enjoy things to do in beautiful, engaging Taos, NM.
Heritage Inspirations offers half and full-day excursions, multi-day adventures and custom-crafted itineraries. With more than twenty tours across Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Taos, whether you’re looking for an active outdoor expedition, a specially curated walking tour or a roving glamping adventure, they’re bound to have a unique and dynamic option that aligns with your travel plans.
Every season brings new festivals, celebrations, concerts, lectures and museum exhibitions to Taos. From Pueblo ceremonies to film festivals, visitors will find a variety of attractions and activities.
Experience over 1,000 years of tradition with a visit to the Taos Pueblo: one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States. Our partner Heritage Inspirations offers custom private tours of Taos Pueblo.
Only a short distance from Palacio de Marquesa is the heart of Taos — our famed Plaza. This Plaza is the center of activity in Taos featuring live concerts, May through October, shops and galleries.
Experience Northern New Mexico's beautiful outdoor adventures including fishing, hiking, rafting, hot air ballooning, horseback riding, Jeep tours, narrow gauge railroad riding, rock climbing, and skiing.
The Mabel Dodge Luhan House, the Harwood Museum of Art, the Kit Carson Home & Museum - these are just some of the fascinating destinations to explore fine and modern art, to dive into history and to understand Taos and the people who've shaped its artistic and cultural landscapes.
San Francisco de Asis Church has become an icon of Northern New Mexico, in no small part to Georgia O'Keeffe's painting of the back of the church, much like Monet's studies of the door of Chartres Cathedral.
Cordova, Truchas, and Ojo Sarco, small towns along the high-road to Taos, feature galleries sellings woodcarvings, pottery, rugs, and other local arts and crafts. In Las Trampas, an 18th-century mission church is one of New Mexico's best-preserved examples of Spanish Colonial architecture. Pick up NM 518 at Peñasco and wind your way through the Carson National Forest to US 68 at Ranchos de Taos, where you'll see the famous San Francisco de Assisi Church, photographed and painted by many artists.