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Earthship Biotecture World Headquarters and Visitor Center

#2 Earthship Way, Taos, NM 87571
+1 575-751-0462
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Reviewed yesterday

The site looks good from the outside, the concept is interesting if you read the website. However they charge $7.50 for visiting the visitor center. The center consists of 3-4 rooms: 1 for the office to get your money, 1 to see plants growing, 1...More

Thank koogar
Reviewed yesterday

Not what we expected, it would be better if you could see more structures, only one building was accessible and roads leading to others were not for the public. If you go be sure to take binoculars. However the ideas and concept of there mission...More

Thank Boydanator
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stumbled upon this by accident. A must visit especially if you are at all interested in the environment and planet. A museum/visitor center provides a walk through example of the technology. The is a short film that goes into more detail. You can then walk...More

Thank KjunCelt
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was not on my list of place of things to do but do put it on yours. It's pretty close to the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, if I remember correctly. Unfortunately, we didn't have the time to explore but I will the next time.

Thank hcjnichols
Reviewed 1 week ago

The visitors center provides an excellent self guided tour of an actual "home". The tour of the visitors center and the surrounding area took us about 1 hour. Docents are knowledgeable and very willing to answer questions.

Thank santafetravelers_12
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I went with an organized group and we were able to get a guided tour from one of the educators. It was fascinating to learn how they construct the buildings and how they live within them. I'm not sure that the tours are open to...More

1  Thank ravyn7
Reviewed 11 April 2017

The building and systems concepts were what fascinated me. I live in NM, so it's common totalk passive solar and consider the environment. Yet, few builders embrace the systems promoted here, and I don't know why (probably because it requires a little more planning and...More

1  Thank travelincalifmom
Reviewed 6 April 2017

So, maybe it is a bit like the hobbits of Shire relocated to the high dessert of New Mexico, but it is worth a visit. The admission cost is moderate and the time you will spend there is also perhaps moderate. But actually seeing buildings...More

Thank robertbobcline
Reviewed 2 April 2017

I love earthships, but the tour was a huge let down. We paid $15 for the two of us to walk through an office building type of earthship and watch a video. The documentary we already watched (Garbage Warrior) was much better than this experience....More

3  Thank elpdae
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Don't miss this unique stop in Taos! Interesting, sustainable architecture, very cool! Fun to learn about and check out the layout. We especially loved the built in greenhouse. They offer a student discount which saved us a few bucks.

Thank EasygoingTravelers
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Colleen G
We plan on being in the area around June 15-23 or so. Is there a best time to visit?
16 May 2015|
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