US cities that do Día de Muertos right

The holiday is known as Día de Muertos and has its origins in Aztec and other pre-Hispanic cultures. These ancient peoples honored their dead in long, summer-long festivals.

1. Los Angeles

Home to one of the largest Mexican diasporas, Los Angeles plays host to several Dia festivities. Olvera Street is one of the most popular destinations.

The National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago is one of the top Latinx museums in the country, they also host one of the largest Dia celebrations.

2. Chicago

3. San Antonio, Texas

4. San Francisco

5. Fort Lauderdale

6. Albuquerque, New Mexico

7. Austin, Texas

8. San Diego

9. New York City

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