In the surroundings of the Burma de Osma (Soria) you can find endless resources such as archaeological sites, classrooms or museums specialized in archeology.
The legendary province of Soria has witnessed many events in history, and today is one of the few provinces with so many sites, and samples of everything that happened in the Numantine lands, among many other vestiges the city has more of about thirty castros (Castros of the Iron Age,) another part of their populations were part of the Celtibera Spain, characteristic of its terrains as mountainous terrains, they did not build great temples, but worshiped the sacred forests, or the abundant caves of the area, where the wheat beer (caelia) produced in the region was already made.
If you like archeology in the surroundings of the Burma de Osma you can find endless resources such as archaeological sites, classrooms or museums.
Uxama - Argaela
Settlement that includes several cultures, from the historical tribes, to the Roman epoch. It is located in the town of El Burgo de Osma, with interactive resources, atmospheres and recreation, virtual theater, 3D video and workshops for children and adults. In the visit you can see remains of a Roman house, the Watchtower, the cisterns and the archaeological classroom. Civilization: Indigenous-Roman. 2nd-3rd century BC to the 5th century AD
Aula Arqueológica de Uxama
You can see the Arévaca city of Uxama. Reproduction of the tomb of an arévaco warrior. The Roman city of Uxama Argaela: reconstruction of a dwelling in the Uxama site, Arab city. The Virtual Theater: Shows on a screen a street of the Roman city where its inhabitants develop their daily life. Civilization: Indigenous (Arevaco)-roman.
La Dehesa / Villa romana de las Cuevas
Roman settlement that corresponds to a stately agricultural holding. It is a Roman villa, a luxurious country house from which the floors and wall spurts can be seen (3rd century IV). Its structure consists of a large central courtyard with corridor surrounded by columns, rooms with apses (up to twenty-four), with bathrooms and floors covered in polychrome mosaics. The documents of the studies are in the Archive of the Archaeological Service of the Diputación and the Museum of Soria.
Tiermes, Roman city
Settlement that includes several cultures, from the prehistoric tribes to the Roman era.
Museo monográfico de Tiermes
The exhibition presents a selection of archaeological materials that refer to the three important stages that developed in the site: Celtibérica, Romana and Medieval. Funds: Exhibits the most representative materials that appeared in the excavations: weapons, bronze ornaments, jewelry, etc. From the seventh to the third a.c. From Roman times: architectural remains, bronze pieces, coins, etc. Remains of the medieval era. Entrance: sale at the Museum ticket office.
Yacimiento arqueológico de Tiermes
It stands out among the diversity of archaeological remains in the Iberian Peninsula. In the mid-1930s, Blas Taracena, the Spanish archaeologist, organized systematic excavations on the site and called Tiermes "the Spanish Pompeii."
Museo Numantino de Soria
The exhibition area is offered in 2000 m2, distributed in five rooms. The three rooms on the lower floor present a broad panorama of the history of the province, arranged chronologically, with remains ranging from the Early Paleolithic to the early modern period. The rooms on the upper floors are devoted exclusively to the Celtiberian Section, with adaptation for the blind.
Museo de Fósiles
In the city of Soria is the only museum of fossils of all Castile and Leon, belongs to the private collection of Adrián Martínez Tierno, and is complemented by a Theme Park of Trilobites (marine arthropods extinct at the end of the Paleozoic), made to scale , open both to all those who are interested in the subject for free. Ángel de la Guarda Street, Soria.
Yacimientos de Ambrona y Torralba
These deposits are the most important of the Lower Paleolithic of the Iberian Peninsula.
They collect bony remains of proboscides and other large Pleistocene mammals, as well as an important sample of fauna and lytic industry of the Acheulean type.
Aula Arqueológica taller de Cultura / Medinaceli
Reconstructions on a natural scale and models of public and private environments characteristic of the prehistoric and historical past of Medinaceli and its region. The nearby town of Medinaceli called in Roman times as Villa Antigua, still retains the remains of the wall that defended the plateau, in the town we can find many vestiges of the ancient city of Ocelis as triumphal arches, or abundant Roman pottery. Civilization: Prehistoric-Roman-medieval.
Aula arqueológica en el pueblo de Garray
In the site they have reconstructed, with didactic character, the Roman Celtiberian houses as they are believed to be, and a canvas of the wall. In the interior of the houses have been recreated the usual tools of the Celtiberian and Roman era. There are established guided tour itineraries with information panels.