Roman Theatre & Archaeological Museum

This theatre, in its splendid setting (built as it is against the hill-side) and erected towards the end of the 1st century B.C (before the Arena was built) must have been simply breathtaking sight in Roman times.

The archaeological museum of the Roman Theatre houses important artefacts and finds of the Verona’s Roman past.

Thanks to the traces which gradually rise along the hill-side, the visitor is offered a splendid view of the city: on your way up you’ll encounter altars, inscriptions dedicated to the gods, marble decorations and beautiful mosaics from the Roman “Domus” in Verona and its province.

During the summer the theatre is a beautiful open space for music shows.


Address: Rigaste Redentore, 2 - 37121 Verona.

Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday 8,30­-19,30; Monday­ 13,30­-19,30.

Last admission: 18.30.

Prices: Standard € 4.50 – Reduced € 3.00 (groups minimum 20 persons and students 14-30 years old) – € 1.00 (Schools and young people 8 - 13 years old ) - € 1.00 the 1° Sunday of the month for everyone (from January to May and from October to December) – Free entrance  with the Verona Card.

Tel
:045 8000360

Accessibility: The Roman Theatre is accessible for accompained people using wheelchair. In the summer period the Theatre provides special gangways for people attending the concerts. In the winter people in wheelchair can enter the Theatre from Vicolo Botte.

The Archaeological Museum isn't accessible.

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