Fiesta de Día de Muertos - Mexikanisches Totenfest
Catrina is THE figure that stands for the Mexican Festival of the Dead and that every child in Mexico knows: an elegant lady with a sweeping hat and feather boa as a skeleton, created by the Mexican lithographer José Guadalupe Posada.
Catrina appears, walks through the room, takes a closer look at one or the other, visits the ofrenda and asks chosen ones to dance. She is accompanied on her way by live music.
- Foyer, Hall 1, Hall 2
- free of charge