Downtown San Jose Dia de Muertos Celebration & Walking Tour

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  My friends and I took the Mexibest walking food tour with Rosa in July and had a great time! Rosa was very flexible to scheduling the tour around our busy schedules and accommodated us. She is very knowledgeable not only about the cuisine and food culture but also on the history and arts scene in San Jose.  A wonderful experience!

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9/17/2019

 

Why Book With Us?

  • Mexican Culture Experts
  • Expertise in Hospitality
  • Travel Experience

 

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408.495.2411

info@dulcevidatravel.com

1 day
Availability : October 19

 

 

Tour Details

Join us and celebrate Dia de Los Muertos, a popular Mexican tradition celebrating loved ones that have passed, also the love of Mexican culture.

Annual Art of Remembrance Visual Art Exhibit and Altar in downtown San Jose.

Mexico

Departure & Return Location

Cesar Chavez Park – Downtown San Jose

Departure Time

12pm – 6pM

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • Sugar Skull Decoration
What to Expect

Dia San Jose 

Enjoy a guided tour of the Bay Area’s largest and most celebrated “Dia De Los Muertos” festival.

Rose Mendoza , your Mexican culture expert, will host the group, to ensure each participant enjoys the festivities & meet the artist. 

The tour will begin with a visit to SJSU MLK Library, to view “The Art Remembrance” exhibition of traditional alters, then on to celebrate “Dia San Jose” at Cesar Chavez Park. 

 

Meeting Point: San Jose Museum of Art 110 S. Market Street SJ

  • The Art of Remembrance Exhibition at SJSU
  • Sugar Skull Decoration
  • A visit to the Artist Colony & meet the artist
  • Mexican Luchadore Pro Wrestling Performance
  • Optional -Face Painting
  • Highlights of San Jose History
  • Live Music & Dancer Performances
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