Millicent Rogers Museum

Museum in Taos, New Mexico, United States

Geographical coordinates: 36.4441 -105.594


English Millicent Rogers Museum

In 1956, the Millicent Rogers family founded the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, New Mexico. Initially the artworks were from the multi-cultural collections of Millicent Rogers and her mother, Mary B. Rogers, who donated many of the first pieces of Taos Pueblo art. In the 1980s, the museum was the first cultural organization in New Mexico to offer a comprehensive collection of Hispanic art.

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English Millicent Rogers Museum

Famed artist Millicent Rogers lived here in Taos and amassed a huge collection of Southwestern art, and this superb museum continues her legacy. The museum is particularly noted for its jewelry collection, assembled and worn by Millicent Rogers, which represents all the major Native American jewelry traditions. However, you'll also find excellent examples of other Native American art, including a collection of Native pottery (with a set of pots from noted Pueblo potter Maria Martinez), textiles and baskets, as well as a collection of Spanish Colonial furniture, tinwork, blankets, and religious art.

Address 1504 Millicent Rogers Rd
Price $10 adult, $8 seniors, $6 student/military, $2 children, children under 6 free
Last Edit2015-12-21

English Millicent Rogers Museum

Famed artist Millicent Rogers collected an incredible number of southwest artworks, and her collection is the basis of this wonderful museum. You will see some magnificent pueblo artwork here, including gorgeous pottery, jewelry, and carvings.

Address on Millicent Rogers Road off of Paseo del Pueblo
Price $10
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