The Roman Theatre is a one of the most remarkable and important buildings of Olisipo (roman designation of Lisbon).
Built during the era of the Emperor August (27 b.C. - 14 a.C.) and rebuilt in 57 a.C. The Roman Theatre occupies the southern slope of the Castle’s Hill.
The Roman Theatre Museum is in constant construction, using multimedia support which has an exhibition area, an archeological field and the Theatre’s Ruins.
Rua de S. Mamede nº 3-a, Lisboa.
Closed for renovations.
From Tuesday to Sunday from 10h00 to 13h00 and 14h00 to 18h00.
(+351) 218 820 320.
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