1. Mexico City: Day of the Dead Experience with Mezcal Tastings
Enjoy this unique all-year-long Day of the Dead experience in the Coyoacan neighborhood. See a space full of striking art, watch an exciting video, and tuck into some Bread of the dead washed down with some traditional mezcal. Meet your host in Jardin Hidalgo, a plaza in the heart of Coyoacan, to start your activity. Next, head to visit a great space that celebrates the origins and history of the Day of the Dead. Enjoy a serial experience as you watch a video projected on an actual altar with movement, vibrant animations, and traditional music. Watch the static objects come alive and celebrate this memorable holiday that's in honor of friends and family members who have died. Immerse yourself in the orange and purple offerings, see vibrant flowers and candles everywhere you look. Enjoy this one-of-a-kind experience while you drink mezcal. Drink Aztec chocolate and eat authentic Bread of the Dead specially baked for this experience. Come and live this magical tradition all year round as you celebrate The Day of the Dead, pray, and remember not just the living but the dead too.