Día de los Muertos is celebrated in Mexico and other countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, and Europe. Celebrations vary from country to country, but they all share the common goal of remembering and honoring deceased loved ones.
In Mexico, Día de los Muertos is a two-day holiday that begins on November 1st. On this day, families visit cemeteries to clean and decorate the graves of their loved ones. They also leave offerings of food and drinks.
On November 2nd, families gather together to eat traditional Día de los Muertos foods and remember their loved ones. Ofrendas are set up in homes and cemeteries, and candles are lit to help the deceased find their way back to the living world.
In the United States, Día de los Muertos celebrations are often held in community centers, schools, and libraries. These celebrations typically include traditional foods, music, and dancing.