It is one of the largest theaters in the Roman Hispania. Had a capacity around 6,000 spectators, a fact that reveals the importance of this building in a city that had about 18,000 inhabitants. Started in the time of Tiberius, construction continues until the rule of Claudius.
The theater is maintained until the s. III AD, when it begins its spoliation, as part of its materials were used in the regrowth of the wall. Unlike other theaters that took advantage of the slope of the land to develop the stands, the Caesaraugusta is built on a flat plot, following the model of the Theatre of Marcellus, in Rome.
- Museum Forum
- River Port Museum
- Public Baths Museum
- Theatre Museum Caesaraugusta