Red Willow Farmers Market, Taos Indian (Tewa) Pueblo, New Mexico

Taos Indian (Tewa) Pueblo, Northern New Mexico
Taos Indian (Tewa) Pueblo, Northern New Mexico - photo: ©John Lamkin

At the edge of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in Northern New Mexico, lies Taos Indian (Tewa) Pueblo, beneath Taos Mountain (sacred to the Tewa).

Every summer the Pueblo people bring their produce, baked goods and other delectables to the Red Willow Farmers Market at the southern end of the Pueblo.

In addition to the fine food one often experiences the traditional drumming and singing at Red Willow. Read More

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2 thoughts on “Red Willow Farmers Market, Taos Indian (Tewa) Pueblo, New Mexico

  1. Hey man, When’s it OPEN? What are its HOURS??????????????????

    1. Wednesdays. If you’re in Taos , cruise over to the Pueblo. It’s on the road from taos to the Pueblo via the Casino. Open most all day.

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