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Gallery District San Jose del Cabo Art Walk

San Jose del Cabo, Mexico
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About Gallery District San Jose del Cabo Art Walk
Even though Art walk takes place on Thursday evenings, participating galleries, are open everyday of the week. The Art walk event is promoted and sponsored by 12 certified galleries located at San Jose's Art District,(Obregon, Morelos, Guerrero and Comonfort streets) from 5 till 9 pm. Member galleries are: La Sacristia, Patricia Mendoza Gallery, Corsica, Mata Ortiz, Casa Dalhia,El Armario, Muvezi, Ivan Guadarrama, Old Town,Ida Victoria,Plaza Paulina and Frank Arnold.
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Discover the highlights of Los Cabos and Baja California on a 2.5-hour bike tour of San José del Cabo. Pedal your mountain bike on a mostly flat bike path that extends from the hotel zone to the historic downtown of San José del Cabo. Expect to ride about four miles (6.5 km) with stops at the estuary and bird sanctuary, San Jose del Cabo Church, main square, and art gallery district.
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Curiosity802055 wrote a review Yesterday
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It was fun to experience the vibrant and colorful culture and art of Mexico. If you are traveling to Cabo first time then this Thursday walk in San Jose Del Cabo shouldn't be missed. We also tried street-side Churros and it was fresh and very yummy!
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Date of experience: June 2021
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bnball wrote a review May 2021
Sterling Heights,MI65 contributions35 helpful votes
This was one of those low expectation, well we'll walk around and have a nice dinner somewhere stops for us since we are not big art lovers. So much more. Great food everywhere, live music everywhere, great energy everywhere. Like a fair or carnival (also there's a carnival nearby). A lot of fun and nice surprise. A perfect Thursday evening.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Suebub wrote a review Apr 2021
Houston, Texas411 contributions52 helpful votes
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We had so much fun at the San Jose Art Walk Thursday evening from 5:00 - 9:00. Such a quaint area and super clean. Cobblestone streets with lots of art and vendors set up in the pedestrian only area. Darling shops with the best shopping ever! We found so many different and unique items that we didn’t find in Cabo. Great food and music. The nicest shop owners ever. Will definitely go back the next time in Cabo.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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fairlanelady wrote a review Apr 2021
Mill Creek, Washington25 contributions12 helpful votes
I could go to the SJDC Art Walk 100 times and never get bored. Where do I start? The art! The food! The street vendors! Music on every street! Traditional dancers! We walked until our feet were sore, and then walked some more. Absolutely beautiful and romantic at night with the lights, historic buildings, colorful flags, and more fantastic artists than you can imagine. Too much to even see in one night. It's a wonder I didn't drain our 401K in 30 minutes; everything was so wonderful. The setting, the culture, and the support of local art. It came recommended to us by a couple of friends and our concierge, and they were absolutely right. A "don't miss" if you're in the area.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Kimmy T wrote a review Mar 2021
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What a wonderful cultural experience for our girls. We stumbled upon this evening fun while visiting this beautiful old town. Art, music and dancing, great food and drinks at La Lupita, we even had popsicles shared with some local kids! The artists were talented, friendly, and helpful. The music and dancing made my heart happy as it has been a long year without this in 2020.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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