Although the Ramos family found themselves working as acrobats in the circus in 1902, as documented in vintage signage from that epoch, an older record from the historical archives indicate they had their own business, the Ramos Colorado family presenting Circus Mignon in 1915 in Mexico City. This first generation of circus artists was composed of Juan, Isabel, and Manuel Ramos, but the second generation comprised the descendents of Manuel, who had seven sons: Ignacio, Andres, Pascual, Albino, Manuel, Antonio, and Gabino Ramos Pinedo.
In December of 2005 they decided to open their own circus in the United States west coast under title The Mexican National Circus presented by The Ramos Brother’s Circus, bringing a first class show as only they know how to do with jugglers, clowns, horses, motorcycle dare devils, and the amazing flying trapeze. This two hour live performance filled with thrills and excitement will have you on the edge of your seat. Now, the Ramos Family dedicates this unforgettable evening full of magic and joy to children of all ages!