Archaeological Zone of Tula receives more than 30 thousand visitors after opening

On March 21, the activities will begin with the equinox ritual in the archaeological zone.

Since its reopening until February, the Tula Archaeological Zone (ZAT) has received more than 30,000 visitors, said Luis Alonso León Estrada, head of cultural property protection at the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) in Hidalgo.

According to the official, after the reopening on November 8, 2021, after 20 months of suspension of activities due to the covid-19 pandemic, the influx registered until the last cut, made on February 28, is 32 1,421 tourists, between foreigners and nationals.

People who visit the archaeological complex must strictly comply with the sanitary measures against covid-19 recommended by the authorities.

The official reported that next March 21, the ZAT will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., with an entrance ticket costing 75 pesos, although people with Inapam credentials, retirees, pensioners, students and teachers, will have free visit every day of the year; On Sundays.

As reported, the maximum capacity allowed for visitors will be 3,000 and attendees must wear their face mask at all times, as well as keep a healthy distance and use antibacterial gel.