Hispanic Heritage Tour, $50: Sunday, Jan 15
Visit the most photographed church in North America, hear about the legacy of the Spanish Conquistadors who settled Northern New Mexico in the 1600's, learn about the Crypto-Jews, the secret Roman Catholic 'brotherhood' that still exists today, visit a traditional Spanish colonial hacienda (estate) that has been preserved to feel what wealth was like on the frontier of New Mexico in the 1800's, and finally visit the famous Harwood Museum and their exquisite collection of Hispanic heritage art, unique to Northern New Mexico.
Sunday, January 15, 2017 11:30AM – 2:00PM
WINERY TOUR, $55: MonDAY, JANUARY 16
Visit two family owned wineries and their tasting rooms over an afternoon, both in unique settings on the 'high road' to Taos and near the Rio Grande Gorge Canyon. Learn about the different grapes growing in New Mexico and how Northern New Mexico has become a regional winery destination. Tour includes tastings at each winery and a souvenir wine glass. (There are no food stops. You are welcome to pack a lunch and eat on tour van.)
Monday, January 16, 12:00PM – 4:00PM
TAOS HIGHLIGHTS TOUR, $56: TUESDAY, JAN 17
Visit the top sites of Taos, including a walk onto the spectacular Gorge Bridge above the Rio Grande, a self-guided tour of the fascinating Earthship Biotecture Visitor Center, a guided tour of the #1 destination in Northern New Mexico and a UNESCO World Heritage Site,Taos Pueblo, and a final stop at Taos Mesa Brewery for Earthship architecture with craft beer for purchase.
Tuesday, January 17, noon - 4:00pm
NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL TOUR, $55: JAN 18
Visit the #1 destination in Northern New Mexico, Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This tour includes a 3-minute guided tour by a tribal members of the Taos Pueblo and access to explore the various traditional home shops inside the 1,000+ year old Indian village. then, visit the renowned Millicent Rogers Museum an their exquisite collections of primarily Native American arts from around the region, including the finest turquoise jewelry, Navajo rugs, and Southwest pottery collection in Taos County.
Wednesday, January 18, 11:30AM – 2:00PM