Tulum, Q.R. — The new museum of the archaeological zone of Tulum, being built by the Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development (Sedatu) within the Jaguar National Park, is 80 percent complete, the agency reported.
According to information released by Sedatu, the zone will expose the influence of the Mayan culture with the aim of detonating local tourism. It will house archaeological monuments and natural and cultural wealth of federal reserves, through low-impact tourism.
The property has a conservative architectural style with classic lines. Those in charge of the design are the C733 Architecture Collective, Sedatu reported.
In addition, it has three exhibition rooms and will have 360 collection pieces. Those in charge of carrying out the curatorship are Juan Manuel Garibay and Karina Romero Blanco.
Sedatu indicated that in order to facilitate the arrival of visitors, the property will have a Maya Train connection with a Tulum on section 5 south, and will also interconnect with the archaeological zone through a 70-meter bridge over the federal 307 highway.
The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) will be administrators of the new building.
It is estimated that this site, which is located in front of the main entrance to the archaeological zone of Tulum, will officially open to the public in February or March 2024.