This is a large site with some areas still being excavated / to be excavated. I walked the site with my daughter and two young grandchildren, visiting the House of Theseus and the House of Dionysius. This was as much as the two youngsters could manage so we did not get to the amphitheatre.
However, in just these two areas there was enough to fascinate them and lead onto much discussions about the age of the ruins (Circa 2000 years) and why much was in ruins (earthquakes) and how / why mosaics were made.
The mosaics in the House of Dionysius are simply amazing, so well preserved. The peacock is beautiful and the portrayal of Pyramus and Thisbe and the border of wild animals has to be seen to be believed.
There are brief multi lingual and braille descriptions in Dionysius' House but very little explanation elsewhere; a good map and explanation is needed to get full value. However at 3,40 euros per adult (children go free) it is not expensive and a very worthwhile half day visit.
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