The Roman theatre of Verona (Italian: Teatro Romano di Verona) is an ancient Roman theatre in Verona, northern Italy. It is not to be confused with the Roman amphitheatre known as the Verona Arena.
The theatre was built in the late 1st century BC. Before its construction, two walls were built alongside the Adige River, between the Ponte di Pietra and the Ponte Postumio, to protect it against floods.
|Monday||1:30 – 6:30 PM|
|Tuesday||8:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Wednesday||8:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Thursday||8:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Friday||8:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Saturday||8:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
|Sunday||8:30 AM – 6:30 PM|
Ellen McDermott | Jan 2, 2018
Wonderful experience. Has alot of the old ruins from all around verona and an excellent scale model of the colosseum. There are alot of stairs but lifts are also available for the less inclined to walk
Momo A | Sep 22, 2017
Nice and detailed display of artifacts showing the history of Verona during the Roman period. Plus the view from the top of the hill is absolutely gorgeous! Great view around every corner!
Heidi Waterfall | Mar 4, 2018
Beautiful views of Verona and stunning Roman artifacts.
María Caballero Campos | Aug 28, 2017
Really beautiful place, nice views of the city and interesting pieces on the museum. However, it does not close at 7:30, as stated at the door, guides kick you out at 7, so they can close at 7:30. If you are there for the last entry (6:30), it is worth to see the views from the Castello over the hill rather than paying the ticket.
Andrew Tweedie | Jun 29, 2017
A great place to view the city. Great museum. The Theatre is clearly operational so would be wonderful to see a production there. Seemed to be only a single toilet on the site near the entrance.
Joanne Court | Apr 1, 2018
A small place and they are currently setting up the stage area ready for the shows they do. This was disappointing as there was a lot of scaffolding. But you get some amazing views and it is a lovely historical spot with a museum. Wear suitable shoes.
Allan Thiel | Mar 6, 2018
Very interesting. Amazing to stand in an area occupied 2000 years ago by another civilisation.
Rims Recho | Apr 1, 2018
An interesting monument which was an important monument in the antic Verona. The museum, which is not too big, is worth to visit.
Mike Norris | Apr 27, 2018
A rich and varied display, well laid out and explained. Great views of Verona, embraced by the Adige, from the top floor.
Matthew Hallett | May 27, 2018
The Teatro Romano offers an excellent combination of a Roman ruin, an archaeological museum, a church and some superb views over Verona for a modest sum. As long as you are fit and ready for the climb up the steps, it's an excellent experience.
Sue Steel | Jun 5, 2018
Great views from above it. Well worth trekking up the steps.
ljscourfield | May 9, 2018
Outstanding museum and unlike other tourist destinations, reasonably priced at 4.50 EUR per head.
Simon Hoekx | Jun 3, 2018
Museum with some beautiful artefacts and a very nice view over the city! Definitely worth. Entrance is 4.50 EUR.
E K | Jun 17, 2018
One must have been here to experience it for themselves. Great is all that I can say.
Praveen Kumar | Jul 28, 2018
It's a wow experience at this place... You feel some great attachment to the history. Amazing crafted, still this place has lot of tourist visits.
Torleif Småback | Jul 15, 2018
Plenty of interesting stuff to see if you're interested in history and appreciate old stuff. Great view of the town from here. Lots of air condition rooms, which in the summer heat is nice.
StillVision Photography | Jul 15, 2018
Loved the climb and the views. Lovely courtyard and Chapel. Amazing collection of old stuff from Roman Verona.
Jacob J Nilsson | Jul 12, 2018
Cool looking at old stuff in an old place. Nice that they had English translations.
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