On a stage erected at the foot (remate) of the Paseo de Montejo, colorful costumed singers and dancers perform traditional entertainment that celebrate's the nation's heritage. Among the food and crafts kiosks, look for Sabrina's Tacos.Find out more »
For Heart of Mérida events, the streets come alive when traffic is cut off on Calle 60 from the Main Plaza to Calle 53. The city runs Corazón de Mérida three times a week.Find out more »
Two high-tech light-and-sound shows depict the regions's history and culture in vivid projections that wrap around the architectural details of two of Mérida's most treasured façades.Find out more »
Every Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., selected Mérida streets are closed to cars and trucks, giving way to bicycles.Find out more »
A small weekly popup market with a variety of local vendors every Sunday in Col. García Ginerés. Organic products, artisanal food, and handmade crafts are emphasized.Find out more »
A mission of the Anglican Church of Mexico, St. Luke's offers a Christian worship service in English at 10 a.m. (A second service, in Spanish, is at 11:15 a.m.)Find out more »
Produce, fruits, eggs, breads, honey, lots of tasty sweets every Monday at the Natural Thangs garden center. More than 20 vendors.Find out more »
A local dance, the Vaquería, is performed every week in the street in front of the Palacio Municipal, facing the Plaza Grande.Find out more »
Tickets are now on sale for A Taste of Mérida at Villa Verde.Find out more »
NOTE: Costs are in Mexican pesos, unless otherwise indicated. Events are occasionally moved or canceled at the last minute, so confirm with the organizer when possible.
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