Taos Limo Services & Rentals
Rent a Limo in Taos: Luxury
Limousine Service for Any OccasionLuxury limousine service or
party bus in Taos (NM) for every occasion, such as: airport ride (TSM or another), birthday party, wedding, prom,
excursion; night-on-the-town, corporate or group outing, concert, sporting event, anniversary, bachelor party,
bachelorette party, to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation, holiday light tour, school dance and wine/private
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV,
stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motorcoach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
Taos New Mexico is one of the state’s most fascinating cities. The nearby Taos Pueblo Indian Nation
and enormous, multi-storied adobe village connects it to a truly ancient past while it’s relatively recent
transformation into the country’s premier art conclave grounds it firmly in the present.
Taos has been a well-known art colony for over a century, and is home to more artists per capita
than Paris, France. There are many, many galleries that are worth a look. The Studio de Colores, for example,
exhibits some of the most acclaimed artists in the American Southwest. The Fenix Gallery is an excellent venue for
progressive modern art. The Inger Jirby Gallery features the eponymous artist’s paintings and sculptures in all
their eye-popping color. The public record of Taos’ unique art community’s evolution is on display at the wonderful
Hardwood Museum on Ledoux Street.
Other museums include the Millicent Rogers Museum, which houses one of the best collections of
Indian and Spanish Colonial art in the United States, and the Taos Art Museum, which is housed in the former home
of Russian-born artist Nicholai Fechin. The Taos Historical Museum is actually comprised of three houses. The
Blumenschein Home and Museum is the former residence of the co-founder of the Taos Society of Artists. The Kit
Carson house includes parts of the original home and possessions of the great American frontiersman. And the
Martinez Hacienda is one of the few remaining late Spanish Colonial houses left in the United States.
Shoppers in Taos will find numerous stores in and around the Taos Historical District. Bargain
hunters will bag lots of unique items, anything from Indian Crafts to prints and posters from the city’s
world-famous art community. Shops and eateries with that distinctive southwestern flavor can be found in the
Historic Long John Dunn House Shops, or in the Taos fashion with artsy flair at Artemisia Clothes and
Taos and its surrounding areas have lots of outdoor adventures waiting for them, with opportunities
for hiking, skiing, rafting and more. The famed Enchanted Circle is a scenic drive from which all the varied vistas
of Taos striking landscape can be seen. Taos Ski Valley provides challenging slopes at as high as 11,000 ft. above
see level. There’s plenty of action for the white-water crowd at the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, where the Rio
Grande and Red River meet to cut 8,000 ft. canyons into the living rock. Hikers who love expectorating quadrupeds
will want to make reservations for El Paseo Llama Expeditions, in which family-friendly hiking trails are
accompanied by llamas that act as pack animals and mounts for the little ones.
Grabbing a bite in Taos is difficult only in that there are so many “local favorites” to choose
from. Try Lambert’s or Michael’s Kitchen. Orlando’s New Mexican Café serves affordable Southwestern. The Old
Blinking Light is a family joint with dinner portions fit for two.
Staying in Taos New Mexico is no hardship. There are a good number of affordable chain motels and
hotels. Those who want something a little more special might try the Taos Inn, a little complex of Adobe houses
that’s on the National Register of Historic Places. The Abominable Snowmansion Hi Taos Hostel & Classic Ski
Lodge is a cozy, fun place for families to stay, with several ways to spend the night and the time.
The nearby Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is the 2nd highest suspension bridge in the United States. The
so-called Earth Ships just outside of Taos are environmentally sound, self-contained living quarters that exist
“off the grid”. Twin Heart Shuttles carry visitors from nearby airports into town at reasonably low prices, but at
3 hours from Albuquerque and 1.5 from Santa Fe, driving yourself may be a more pleasant option. The Taos Mountain
Casino, located a mile outside the Taos Pueblo village, is a smallish gaming house that’s 100% smoke free. Rent a
limo in Taos (NM)!