Roman Theatre Interpretation Centre
Roman Theatre of Malaga
The Interpretation Centre of the Roman Theatre of Malaga is one of the entrances to the Roman Theatre on whose exterior front fragments of the Lex Flavia Malacitana can be read.
Do you want to enter the Roman world? Different pieces and a museography typical of the time with didactic contents will make you enjoy.
The visit will continue through the interior of the Roman Theatre of Malaga, which was built during the early years of the principality of Augustus, in the first century. This theatre continued its activity until the 3rd century.
The cavea, the orchestra and the stage of the Roman Theatre of Malaga are currently uncovered.
This centre was inaugurated in 2010 by the architect Antonio Tejador, and has a special impact on enhancing the visibility and spatial relations of the Roman site with the surroundings of the capital.
Recently the Roman Theatre has recovered the essence of its beginnings thanks to classical works performed on several occasions in this centre. Alcazabilla Street, where this interpretation centre is located, has become one of the obligatory streets for tourists coming to the capital of the Costa del Sol.