Centre d’Interpretació el Camp de les Lloses Tona
The Camp de las Lloses Archaeological Park is formed by its excavation and musealization site and the Interpretation Center where a collection that tells us the daily life of the population that lived 2100 years ago.
Visitors can access the site and enjoy the offer of visits, workshops and activities. The site corresponds to one of the first Roman towns in Catalonia; made the conquest of the territory, Rome began the organization of the same from the creation of a great network of road infrastructure.
The Campo de las Lloses (125-75 BC) became important because of its relationship with one of the first Roman roads of the late epoch, that of Governor Mani Sergi, built by the army established in the place that frequented the seat because they were located there the metallurgical workshops that manufactured the weapons and the tools of the soldiers themselves.
In the museum you can enjoy a collection of metal pieces that exemplify the practice of a mixed metallurgy dedicated to the work of bronze and iron. Objects related to ceramic tableware, goldsmithery, writing.
If you come in the park, we will discover together the life of a community that is changing its Iberian cultural life forms towards the new Latin forms. You will know the customs and customs of a people who are Romanized. Language, trade, food and commerce, thought and beliefs. Funeral Rituals.
A playful discovery and from a gender perspective.
All visits, workshops and activities are adapted to the type of audience and the ages of the participants: school, university, cultural and family tourism.
Workshops and guided tours
Daily Life Workshop "We Stopped a Table in the Romana"
Workshop on the Roman army: "life in the camp"
Construction workshop: "We make adobes in the deposit to rebuild the houses"
Workshop on archeology and anthropology
Guided routes (option by tourist train):
- "The water route of Tona"
- "The birth of the medieval village of Tona"
- "The route of the XVIII century of Tona"