The museum of the Theatre of Caesaraugusta, in San Jorge street, next to the exhibition of the Rosario de Cristal, forms part of the Romanic route of Zaragoza, together with the Museum of the Public Baths of Caesaraugusta, the Museum of the River Port of Caesaraugusta and the Museumof the Forum of Caesaraugusta. The entrance costs €2.5 but it’s possible to buy a combined ticket for the four museums of the route for €7 or €5 for students.
You can take photos in the interior, but without flash. Of the museums on the route, this is the largest and the most complete, having three visible floors. At street level there are two rooms with information panels about the evolution of the city and the theatre throughout the years. In the basement you can see various models of the theatre and remains found during the excavations, basically remains of statues. On this floor you can also see an audio-visual presentation, which in this case is projected in a cinema type room, with seats. Also you can get access to the remains of the theatre itself, the most interesting thing in the museum.