John Dunn House Shops, Taos, New Mexico.
John Dunn Shops line a beautiful pedestrian walkway linking Bent Street, Camino de las Placitas, and the historic Taos Plaza.
Twenty locally owned shops, galleries and eateries offer something for everyone in all price ranges: The arts and crafts of local artisans, contemporary and southwestern fashions, comfortable shoes and boots, books, kitchenware, fossils and minerals, yarn and fiber arts, and more. The historic John Dunn House was the home of one of Taos’ most colorful characters. Read his story here. Stroll in John Dunn’s garden, visit with friendly merchants, sip a cappuccino, listen to local musicians, and dine at a food cart or the Bent Street Café.
All-day free parking is available directly across Placitas. Spend a day in the heart of Taos.
18 unique, independently and locally owned shops and eateries offer something for everyone.
Handmade leather goods, uncommon fabrics, books, kitchen supplies, fossils and minerals, antique maps and manuscripts, New Mexico art & crafts, beautiful comfortable shoes and boots, Mexican folk art, jewelry, fine yarns and fiber crafts, and contemporary and southwestern fashions for men and women. Two galleries feature the arts and crafts of local artisans.
amazing products, one of a kind artist creations,
great food and coffee and so much more…
John Dunn House Shops, Taos, New Mexico
amazing products, one of a kind artist creations, great food and coffee and so much more…
John Dunn House Shops
All Shops 10AM – 6PM
Bent Street Deli 8AM – 4PM
Cici’s Bean & Espresso 9AM – 6PM
- Amina’s Children’s Boutique
- Ammann Gallery
- Bent Street Cafe & Deli
- Clarke & Company
- CiCi’s Coffee Shop
- Common Thread / Uncommon Fabrics
- Coyote Moon
- La Tierra Mineral Gallery
- Las Comadres Gallery
- Little Place Boutique
- Monet’s Kitchen
- Mooncat Fiber
- Op. Cit. Books
- Seconds Eco Store
- Steppin’ Out
- Stitch in Time
Located in the heart of Taos, New Mexico.