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We enjoyed walking through the ruins of the 1st century Roman Theater. They were discovered in 1972 during construction in the area when a neighbor notified the local newspaper that there were ruins on the site! Good thing he did before the ruins were ruined!...More
We glimpsed this museum when we were last in Zaragoza but didn’t have time to visit that time. This time we decided to go in but as it was late in the day we didn’t take the combined ticket option as you need three hours...More
Good museum sympathetically restores and information presented fairly well. We have visited many Roman sites and thus is not the best but amazing to think it lay unknown till 1972 when the bulldozers discovered it. Some information in English , video with subtitles if you...More
We bought the ticket which allowed acess to all 4 museums as they are in a short walk fro each other. Interesting few hours spent walking around them all. All quite small but well executed.Very good value as only a few euros to get in...More
Having been to a number of archaelogical museums on the Roman empire I found that there wasn't much other than the actual ruins. It wasn't always easy to make sense of the drawings, which often was very much everything on the plaques, and audioguides were...More
We saw the ruins of the theatre from outside the fence because it was closed in the afternoon. but you can see most of it easily without going inside. It offers a good impression of the Roman origins of the city and of how theatres...More
This museum is an outstanding archeological feat as the Roman theatre was discovered by accident in 1972. Not only is the excavation exquisite but the museum which houses the Roman theatre is extremely informative and classy. The explanations are bilingual. The floor of the museum...More
Not much of the ruins left but what is is well payed out and explained in detail through the audio guide. The audio visual presentation which runs every hour is excellent. Inexpensive to enter and even better if you buy a combined pass for all...More
Neat history, worth it to buy the Zaragoza city pass and see this, the port, and the bathhouse. Coming from Canada it boggles the mind one could simply unearth such history while building an apartment.