It was a surprise finding it in the middle of the night. Walking down a small street, we noticed the roof so huge they have built for their conservation (very carefully of course). Upon reaching the square where the Roman theater is, it's a wonderful surprise. It's impressive both during the day and at night!
The Caesaraugusta Roman Baths Museum, located between Calle San Juan and Calle San Pedro, is part of the Roman road of Zaragoza, together with Caesaraugusta Theatre Museum, the Caesaraugusta River Port Museum and the Caesaraugusta Forum Museum. Admission is €2.5 but you can buy a joint ticket for the four museums along the route for 7.00€ (5.00€ for students). You can take pictures inside, but no flash. The museum is quite small, so you need just 20-30 minutes to see everything. It has only one room, where you can see the remains of a large pool, a model of Roman baths, and several glass cases which describe the objects that were used in the baths. In this room you can also watch a short show, about 10 minutes long, that offers you a glimpse into the interesting history of the baths and explains how they were used during the Roman period.