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The Kit Carson House is a historic house museum at 113 Kit Carson Road in central Taos, New Mexico. Built in 1825, it was from 1843 until is death the home of frontiersman Kit Carson (1809-1868). A good example of Spanish Colonial architecture, it is now owned by the local Masonic guild, and serves as a museum dedicated to Carson's life. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1963.
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|Friday||6:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
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|Sunday||6:00 AM – 8:00 PM|
Interesting stop in Taos. Many historical gravesites just off the downtown square.
This park needs some work... Lots of homeless people, although they didn't bother me they "hovered" around my son and I. Half the park was taped off, so hopefully they are updating. Thought a nice town like Taos would have great parks...
Nice park, nice little play area for the kids. Is rather unique to be surrounding a cemetery. I love all the greenery here, lots of trees.
Historical but no Aspen tree held or holds his name he signed with an X his signature and he wasn't at the Alamo. Questions call me
older memorial park that could use some upgrades and general maintenance. i thought it wasn’t appropriate for young adults to be hanging out and partying in the historic kit carson cemetery tho
Its a good park aside from all the junkies near the field and stage all the time
Old Historic Park nice big trees. But they don't really maintain it very well the roads are all crumbling the parking lots are too small good luck finding a parking space for the Lilac Festival
A fun place lots of restrooms fenced-in children's playground dog friendly with leash. Movies on the Green free to the public parking could be better but if you get to your event early you'll be alright.
I like coming here in the summer to sit down under the trees in the shade and read a book
They opened gates 1/2 hour prior to concert. Due to the amount of people going in, it took us 1 & 1/2 hours to get in. We missed the opening act. Then there was high back chairs and umbrellas in front of us.. they weren't prepared for that large of a crowd. I would never attend anything at this park.
Nice place to walk the path with your pet , all around great place to kick back.
We went to the park to see the Mavericks and Dwight Yokum. I don't have much of a review about the park but was disappointed by the set up of the music event. We got to the venue at 4:30 and waited in line, finally got in at 6:45. Missed the first band. The gates didn't open until 5:30 and there was 6000 people attending. They needed to open the gates earlier.
Have nice events in the summer but keep ur eyes open for the bad seeds