Parents will love: The
museum's small enough for preschoolers, but still big enough to
keep elementary school kids entertained. Always free, so it's a
great way to see colorful artwork and educate kids on another
Kids will love: All the
skeletons and skulls in the Day of the Dead artwork. Nothing scary
here-the celebration of the dead is done with
ofrendas, altars honoring those who've died,
filled with items special to their loved ones. Grab a family guide
for the exhibition at the front desk.
Don't miss: The gift shop,
with its sculptures and masks, which is almost as fun as the museum
While you're there: Visit
one of the nearby Mexican restaurants where you'll find great food
at low prices. There are also several Mexican candy stores and
colorful murals within walking distance of the museum.