I had an afternoon to myself to explore. While taking a break and enjoying the day, I happened upon Frank from Taos Pueblo. He's an artist and sits in the plaza and paints. He was a delightful man and we had a wonderful conversation. The plaza is beautiful!
There are some very interesting shops that sell items that range from clothing to cookware. Visiting during mid June we attended a free concert in town square. Enjoyed ice cream from shop adjacent to square ( name can't remember). Thing I found strange was that the shops especially coffee and deli closed early. Seems like they missed opportunity to cash... 更多
My friend and I did some shopping around this cute plaza. It was right smack in the center of shops and art galleries. Loved how many families and children were in the plaza. Perfect place to kick back and appreciate the scenery.
This small plaza is surrounded by dozens of interesting shops, Art galleries, and restaurants. Every side street as well. Summer to fall nearly every day there's a happening with music and crafts. Beware, they roll up the side walks at 9 o'clock. Eat before 8:00 or eat Taco Smell.
The plaza is one city block in size surrounded in touristy shops. Being mobility impaired, I sat on the plaza on one of the many benches under the shade and people watched while the ladies shopped. They reported to me that the prices were not nearly as high as Santa Fe and made several purchases. If you are visiting Taos... 更多
If it's rainy or you get tired of outdoor activities or you just love boutique shopping, the plaza is a nice place to go. Most of the items seemed over-priced, and the plaza itself is small, but worth checking out if you want to buy knick knacks over expensive outdoor wear.
This time we had to put on our rain slicker for the brief afternoon shower that hit just at starting time. Left the temp down a few degrees and provided a lot of people watching activities as the many attendees handled the shower in all kinds of ways. The local western band warmed everyone right up with toe tapping oldies... 更多
July is hot and mornings are busy at the Plaza. Arrive around 9:15 or 9:30am to get easy Parking off Cam de la Placita behind the John Dunn house shops. Bring change for parking meters. .25 cents for 30 minutes. Sunday's are free. There are decent public restrooms near this parking area. You can park and find coffee at a... 更多
We've visited the Taos Plaza on multiple occasions, but most recently in May 2016. Enjoyed strolling around, shopping and stopping at eating and drinking establishments with some good friends. Some unique shops to browse and fun hidden treasures to be found. Especially enjoyed The Alley Cantina....look for it or you may miss it. It is not an especially large plaza,... 更多