Almost ready the new museum of Chichén Itzá!
The construction works are at 80 percent.
Regarding the start of operations of the Mayan Train , the National Institute of Anthropology and History announced that the work on the construction of the Great Museum of Chichén Itzá is 80 percent complete in the architectural part.
Hence, in the coming days, it will give way to the museum installation, which will bring together unpublished collections of Maya art.
This new museum is part of the work related to the recent opening of the group known as Chichén Viejo or Initial Series and the renewal of the identification cards and signage in 8,865 meters of interpretive trails.
The Catvi (Visitor Service Center) of Chichén Itzá is 57% complete in its construction thanks to the work carried out by the ICA Consortium, which is in charge of the construction component of the Promeza in Section 4 of the Mayan Train, which unites the city of Izamal, in Yucatán, with Cancún in Quintana Roo.
When speaking about Ek’ Balam, the other archaeological site attended by Promeza in that same section, the director of the INAH highlighted that the research work, focused on structures such as the Acropolis, has reached 92% progress; while Catvi, also developed in dialogue with the ICA Consortium, is 16% complete in its works, and the renewal of the 1,598 meters of interpretive trails has reached 50 percent.