A fantastic resource to supplement your visit, the Museum Guide has been updated and revised for 2016. Always located in the bottom section menu, the Guide is designed to be printed, double sided, on a piece of 8.5 x 11 paper. With background information, map, room guide and membership form, the Guide will get you ready, [...]
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Please join us this summer, with all new speakers, in the Museum’s Courtyard and learn something new about the history of the American Southwest! All lectures are free. The KCHM Summer Lectures Series is made possible in part by generous support from the New Mexico Humanities Council. Please take a moment to visit the Council’s [...]
Our 2014 Living History Weekend in October was a lively celebration of civil war era life. Re-enactor and musician, Chipper Thompson and Captain Graydon's Independent Spy Company camped in the museum's historic courtyard, with authentic civil war era tents, equipment and music. Watch our site for more re-enactment events and living history weekends in 2015. [...]
Our 2014 Summer Lecture Series featured a new speaker this year, Dr. Ron Wetherington, who presented a talk based on his new book, Cerain St. Vrain, American Frontier Entrepreneur. Dr. Virginia Scharff presented her talk, How Women Made New Mexic,o to a full house in the Arthur Bell Auditorium at the Harwood Museum in Taos. [...]
The Taos Rendezvous – The Kit Carson 2014 Summer Fundraiser held on Sunday, July 6, 2014. The Museum’s first official fundraiser was generously hosted by local Taos artist Thom Wheeler and his beautiful wide, Lavinia. Thom served his famous Wheeler Barbeque with sides of potato salad and cole slaw, all delicious. Period music from the [...]