Since the onset of Covid 19, we have adapted our Policy and Procedures to demonstrate our responsiveness and obligations as professionals. Our community extends from the quaint Taos community to the greater reaches through the world wide web. We are working diligently with limited resources to deliver our museum on digital platforms.
The Millicent Rogers Museum is a fascinating legacy of prominent woman who finds herself in the beating heart of the Southwest. Our collection begins with her passion regional indigenous arts that has been added to for more than 60 years. Discover the ancient cultural heritage that spans thousands of years beginning with the Southwest's Native Peoples to the present day multi-cultural palette.
There are options to give, support and get involved with the Museum. Through a membership, you enjoy some benefits and you are supporting the many goals that we have set for every year. Take a look at the Newsletters and other information that you, as a member, may be looking for.
Millicent was very passionate about both the Hispanic and Native American communities in New Mexico. While her tenure in Taos was brief, just a few short years, her impact on the community was tremendous.
The Millicent Rogers Museum Store has been selling authentic contemporary and vintage American Indian and Hispanic art for more than 30 years. Most items are purchased directly from the artists and we guarantee their authenticity. Every purchase is tax-free!
The Millicent Rogers Museum highly recommends a visit to Taos Pueblo, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the national historic home of the Tiwa speaking Native Americans who captured the heart of Millicent.
Consider amazon smile and selecting our nonprofit, a percentage of your purchase, will benefit our museum. Membership also provides essential support in all areas of operations and programs. Whether as an individual, family, or business, there is an opportunity for you to join many others who share in your passion and interest in the arts and cultures not just of northern New Mexico but in the arts and cultures of the entire Southwest.