Walk Through A Sea Of Skeletons At The Tucson Botanical Gardens’ Day Of The Dead Display In Arizona
It’s hard not to be fascinated by the iconic skeletons associated with Day of the Dead, and the Tucson Botanical Gardens is offering a chance to see them firsthand. Although the holiday only takes place on the first two days of November, larger-than-life skeleton sculptures will be up all month long. Marvel at the exhibit, learn about the history and customs of the holiday, and enjoy the vibrant, celebratory atmosphere.
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The exhibit is organized by Denver Botanic Garden. Visit the Tucson Botanical Gardens website or Facebook page to learn more and/or purchase tickets.
Have you gotten a chance to see this amazing Day of the Dead exhibit yet? If so, let us know all about your experience! Check out our previous article for another botanical garden in Arizona worthy of a visit.
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