We want to extend our most cordial welcome to your Dia De Los Muertos Museum. Thank you for joining us and wanting to learn more about our unique Mexican Heritage. We created this experience with the hope of demonstrating and exhibiting Mexico’s beautiful culture and art.

The Museum is the culmination of our company’s work and service for the past 30+ years. We wanted to share a little bit of our experiences and unique art to all of San Antonio and the World with a Dia De Los Muertos twist. Dia de Muertos is one of the few Mexican traditions that goes deep into Mexico’s soul and history, so we decide to showcase it to fully showcase Mexico as a country, its art, and people.

All the decorations and handmade art pieces are from our own private collection which we have spent more than 26 years collecting and curating. Some of the pieces are from Master Artists in Mexico or artist that have discontinued their work.

Our Dia De Muertos permanent exhibit is a sensory experience with light effects and pre-Columbian music that will take you back in time to explain the tradition’s complex history. You will then return to present time where you will visit our 13 unique and detailed ofrendas (altars) dedicated to different people.

In our main gallery, Catrina, our virtual video guide, will explain Dia de Muertos’ details and explain how it is being celebrated today. If you catch the live performance (check for availability for the day), you will get an emotional interpretation of “La Llorona” song. Finally, you will have an option of watching a “Discover Mexico” video that portrays Mexico’s beautiful heritage beyond Dia de Muertos.

All segments of the video presentations and live performances last up to 40 mins but you can skip any of them, as this is a self-tour, or stay if you missed one.

We will have the QR codes which you can scan with your phone throughout the exhibit to learn more information about a certain piece of art or showcase.

We thank you again for your continued patronage and we hope you have a great revolutionary experience!

Map of Museum

A- History Rooms

B- Art Panel – Aguilar Family and two indeginous Clothing

C- Chapel

D- Indigenous Home

E- Talavera Art and Wooden Figures

F- Toys Hand Made Room

G- Altares and Ofrendas

H- La Llorona Performance

I- Main Altar Gallery

  1. Altar 1
  2. Altar 2
  3. Altar 3
  4. Altar 4
  5. Altar 5
  6. Altar 6
  7. Altar 7
  8. Altar 8
  9. Altar 9
  10. Altar 10
  11. Altar 11
  12. Altar 12
  13. Altar 13

J-Mexico Experience Video

K- Graveryand

L- Exit of Museum