standard-title Plaza Amelia Wilkes

Plaza Amelia Wilkes Cabo

Downtown, Cabo San Lucas, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, México.

Plaza Amelia Wilkes is a quaint plaza with beautiful Gardens located in the heart of Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. It owes its name to the famous head Amelia Wilkes Ceseña, who gave his life to the strengthening of our roots and history as heads.





It has lush trees, flowers, places to sit and enjoy the afternoon with family, couple, etc. In this same park is located the Museum of Natural History of Cabo San Lucas, great attraction of the city that works to conserve and to spread the roots of the Sudcalifornianos. The Natural History Museum or Museo de Historia Natural of Cabo San Lucas was founded on October 9, 2006.

Viva la Plaza Wilkes Cabo 2017

Viva la Plaza Wilkes Cabo San Lucas 2017

The Amelia Wilkes Plaza is available to everyone who wants to visit and enjoy every day of the year, it is a public space made especially for the enjoyment of all the locals and tourists. If you are lucky you will enjoy the traditional Kermess made by some groups from Cabo San Lucas where you can enjoy delicious Mexican food, typical choyera food (this is how the locals of Los Cabos are known) and lots of fun.

Across the street from Amelia Wilkes Square you will find the very famous Iglesia San Lucas Evangelista, or Church of St. Luke the Evangelist.

Update 22 September 2017.
The public square known as Amelia Wilkes Plaza in downtown Cabo San Lucas with its picturesque gazebo and gardens, is under revitalization and is the site for weekly art and cultural events under the designation of Viva la Plaza!” The main objective is to give visitors and locals a place to see the real culture of Mexico in an inviting and safe environment. The Municipal Government invites the entire community to enjoy this great initiative, which aims to integration of the local families with the tourism that visits us, creating an atmosphere of celebration one hundred percent Mexican.


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