Visit / Getting Here
Getting to Taos
Driving to Taos
From Albuquerque: I-25 to Santa Fe; exit on 599 north to by-pass Santa Fe; Hwy. 285 to Hwy. 68 to Taos.
From Arizona: I-40 to Albuquerque; I-25 to Santa Fe; Hwy. 285 to Hwy. 68 to Taos.
From Denver: I-25 to Colorado Springs to Walsenburg; Hwy. 160 to Fort Garland; Hwy. 159 and Hwy. 522 to Taos.
From West Texas: I-40 to Clines Corners; Hwy. 285 to I-25 to Santa Fe; Hwy. 285 to Hwy. 68 to Taos.
Driving Distances / Approximate Times to Taos
Albuquerque 135 mi. / 2:15
Amarillo 302 mi / 5:00
Denver 300 mi / 5:00
Houston 1047 mi / 16:30
Los Angeles 950 mi / 15:00
Santa Fe 72 mi / 1:15
Tulsa 720 mi / 11:00
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Getting to the Couse-Sharp Historic Site
The Couse-Sharp Historic Site is located one block east of Taos Plaza on the south side of Kit Carson Road. Parking is available at the Site, or in a municipal lot to the east, at the bottom of the hill.
View map of historic downtown Taos (PDF)
There is no admission fee. Voluntary contributions for tours are accepted. Tours and group visits can be arranged online at couse-sharp.org/tour, by calling 575.751.0369 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org