We embark on our voyage around World Showcase beginning with Mexico, where we’ll take a look at Choza de Margarita, check out some of the Pavilion’s merchandise, try some tacos at La Cantina de San Angel, and risk our lives at La Cava del Tequila.
“Remember Me! La Celebración del Día de Muertos” is the name of the Coco-inspired exhibition located just inside the pyramid.
A lot of guests stop to take a picture in front of “The Bridal Couple.”
Created by Felipe Linares Mendoza and Leonardo Linares Vargas in Mexico City in 2017.
And on the opposite side, their pets.
“November 2nd Stroll,” by Catalina Delgado-Trunk, is made entirely out of paper:
It’s amazing to see in-person.
Here we see some of the characters from Coco visiting the graves of their loved ones.
As the candles light up, we start to see the souls return.
On the opposite side of the exhibit, we see Miguel looking over his family’s ofrenda:
Take the opportunity to see Coco if you haven’t. It’s delightful.
Here’s more of what you’ll see:
The Remember Me! exhibit is worth checking out, both for its historical significance and for the enjoyment of some of the more contemporary art. You’ll see a lot of cool stuff and probably learn more than you’re expecting to in what is probably less time than it took to scroll all the way down here.
We’ll grab some margaritas next.