Riviera Maya, Q.R. — The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) are set to inspect the land that will be used for the upcoming DreamWorks theme park in Mexio’s Riviera Maya.
INAH will verify that the land is without Maya vestiges where the DreamWorks parks will be built. If they find landmarks, each one will be recorded and building restrictions set to avoid damage.
INAH director, Adriana Velázquez Morlet, said that aside from DreamWorks, INAH is also inspecting other new developments such as Ciudad Mayakoba and subdivisions within Playa del Carmen.
Once INAH has completed their inspection of the land, DreamWorks Studios are hoping to begin constructing the new theme park toward the second half of 2017. The DreamWorks concept will consist of two parts, Dream Park and Thrill Park which will be built on 120-hectare lot along the main federal Cancun-Playa del Carmen highway and, along with rides, will have a 140-room hotel, shopping center and anthropology school.