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    Walk, bike or ride your way through Costa Rican culture this Wednesday—for FREE!

    It’s that time of year again. GAM—the Central Valley of Costa Rica’s art authority—is hosting another Art City Tour tomorrow night! From 5 until 9pm, many museums, stores and other cultural centers will be open for special exhibits and performances, and the best part is that it’s all free.

    Participating Locations

    Museums & Galleries

    Other Participating Locations

    How to Get There

    Even transportation is covered at Art City Tour! While you will definitely see people walking and biking from one site to the next, you may want to take advantage of the free shuttles in order to make the most of the four hours that compose the night.

    Via “Art City Tour” on Facebook

    Mark Your Calendars

    If you can’t make it tomorrow night, don’t get too upset. There are two Art City Tours left for 2015 after this week; the next one will be September 16th. If you can make it however, grab a date, pack your walking shoes, and get ready for a stellar night!

     

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