After decades of restoration work, the theater stands proud once more; it measures 102 ft (31 m) across and 52 (16 m) in height; the stage, orchestra pit, entrance gateways and crescent-shaped, tiered auditorium – which seats 220 spectators – have all been carefully resurrected. It was re-opened in 2011 and entrance is through an Interpretation Center, which details the story of the theater’s long history and its rebirth through interactive displays. Pottery artifacts uncovered during excavation are also on display here. In summer the theater provides an atmospheric venue for a program of open-air concerts and plays.
Tours & Tickets
Discover Malaga, the coastal city noted for its museums such as Museo Thyssen, Museo Pompidou, Museo Picasso, and Museo Pedro de Mena. Its history is reflected ... Read more
Location: Marbella, Spain
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)