Día de los Muertos History and Significance Día de los Muertos is a Mexican holiday beginning on November 1st and ending on November 2nd. While people assume it’s just a Mexican Halloween, it’s actually a grand family reunion to honor the loved ones that have deceased and goes as far back to pre-colonial history and is a tradition that has come from their ancestors. During the holiday you will find costumes, food, bright colors, altars, candles, and pictures. Mexicans take time to visit the graves of their deceased loved ones to decorate and spend time there. This celebration holds great meaning…