Museo Foro Romano Molinete

Turismo Seguro

Calle Honda
CARTAGENA
http://www.cartagenapuertodeculturas.com

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The Roman Forum Museum stands as the entrance to one of the largest urban archaeological parks in Spain. Throughout its various halls, where a careful selection of pieces is exhibited, you will be able to learn about the long history of Cerro del Molinete from today back to the old Carthago Nova. The visit concludes with a tour of important remains of the glorious Roman era that invite you to stroll through them: the Curia or local senate with its richly decorated marble pavement; the Colonial Forum, the city’s neuralgic centre, the distribution of which symbolised at various levels the hierarchy between the divine and the human; the Sanctuary of Isis where the mystery cults of the Egyptian gods were celebrated; the old roads with cart tracks; the port’s thermal baths and in particular its magnificent entrance portico with its original flooring; and to finish the Atrium Building, with its high walls and pictorial decorations that transport you to the great banquets of the Roman Empire.

Timetable

 

High season (1st July to 15th September)

Monday to Sunday: 10:00 – 20:00h.

Mid season (15th March to 30th June / 16th September to 1st November)

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 – 19:00h.

Low season (2nd November – 14th March)

Tuesday to Sunday: 10:00 – 17:30h.

Rates and prices

PRICE

Individual: 6 Euros

Reduced: 5 Euros

MICE

El Barrio del Foro Romano constituye una manzana completa de la Cartagena romana. Más de 2.000 m2 distribuidos en dos edificios, las termas y un edificio para banquetes religiosos. Muros de más de 4 metros de altura, pinturas decorando las paredes, etc. En definitiva, un entorno privilegiado para la celebración de cócteles exclusivos.

En el nuevo museo se exponen más de 350 objetos arqueológicos de gran valor histórico y artístico recuperados en el transcurso de las excavaciones. Con este material se configura un discurso diacrónico donde se narra la historia del barrio del Molinete y de la propia de Cartagena a lo largo de más de 2200 años, desde la fundación púnica de la ciudad hasta el propio siglo XX.

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