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Centre of Interpretation of the Roman Theatre - Museums

Centro de Interpretación Teatro Romano

Centre of Interpretation of the Roman Theatre

It is one of the entrances to the Roman Theatre in whose exterior façade fragments of the Lex Flavia Malacitana can be read. Different parts and museography with educational contents take us into the Roman world.

The visit continues in the interior of the theatre, which was built during the early years of the principality of Augustus, in the Ist century, and continued in use until the end of the IIIrd century. Today, the cavea, the orchestra pit and the stage are exposed to view.

Recently, the Roman Theatre of Málaga has recovered the essence of its beginnings and has played classical works of theatre on several occasions. Alcazabilla street, where is located the monument, has become an obligatory transit point for visitors to the city.