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Pantheon

Mon–Sat: 9am–7:30pm, Sun: 9am–5:30pm
Piazza della Rotonda, 00186

The Basics

Pass through the vast bronze doors and stand under the center of the dome, where light (and sometimes rain) shines down into the open interior, before learning about the building’s history and architectural design with a local guide on a small-group or private guided tour.

Many other tour options, lasting three to four hours, combine a visit to the Pantheon with skip-the-line entry to the Colosseum or other popular Roman highlights such as the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and the Roman Forum. You can also admire the Pantheon from the steps of the obelisk in Piazza della Rotonda.

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Best of Rome Walking Tour: Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Trevi Fountain
Best of Rome Walking Tour: Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Trevi Fountain
star-4.5
$31.65 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Three of the "Top 10" Must See Sites in Rome
Excellent walking tour which covers three of the "top 10" best sites to see in Rome. We saw it in December (some rain) but very good views of the fountains with only 10-25% of the normal summer crowds. Tour guide was exmplary and even took us to a nice coffee shop to get a needed expresso! Highly recommended.
Gregory_M, Jan 2023

Recent reviews from experiences in Rome

star-5
Go early on Sunday morning (before 10:30).
Christine_M, Feb 2023
Pantheon: The Official Audio Guided Tour
We read the Pantheon was only open at 1:00 on Sundays, but at about 9 a.m. we were walking past and noticed they were allowing people inside. We went in with no line and had a wonderful low crowd experience.
star-5
Beautiful Rome Tour
Anna_D, Jan 2023
Colosseum, Piazza Pantheon and Roman Forum Small Group Tour Skip the Line
Our guide Julius was very informative and fun. Took us to a church since the line was long for the Pantheon. Pointed out many sites along our walk. So much fun. We learned a lot.
star-5
Amazing experience
Rosalind_T, Jan 2023
 PANTHEON: its history, its function, its wonder. With archaeologist
Our tour of the Pantheon was amazing. Olga was an excellent tour guide! Her knowledge and interest in the Pantheon was extremely evident. Her detailed explanation of the building, architecture, design and statues gave us a in depth perspective. I highly recommend a tour with Olga!
star-5
Pantheon Pleaser
Samantha_S, Jan 2023
Pantheon Guided Tour
We arrived in Rome unknowingly during La Befana and to say it was extremely busy, was understatement. We fortunately found this Pantheon Guided Tour which allowed us to miss the enormously long queues and enter right at the start of the line. Our Guide, Jobe was amazing! So knowledgeable and entertaining it has made our Pantheon experience of this remarkable historical monument very memorable.
star-5
Terrific targeted tour
Sarah_C, Jan 2023
Pantheon Guided Tour
Jobe was knowledgeable and easy going and passionate about the subject. I would highly recommend his tour. He gave us context not only on the pantheon but also the local area and was able to provide the history of the era, construction and art as well as the political environment in which it evolved. He was also able to hold the attention of my teenagers which is no easy task.
star-4
The Trevi Fountain is...
Madeline_S, Jan 2023
Rome Walking Tour Including the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain
The Trevi Fountain is beautiful! Pantheon wasn’t as exciting as I expected. The tour guide was subpar but it was ok for a free tour.
star-4
See the Pantheon's Oculus
RICHARD_S, Jan 2023
Pantheon Elite Tour
While the Pantheon is open to the public for free, it appears one must have a ticket to enter on weekends and holidays. One way to get this ticket is to book a tour. However, the Sunday tour was cancelled, and we ended up not going until the Tuesday. Either way, visiting the Pantheon is one of the special highlights of any visit to Rome.
star-5
Great tour of Colosseum and Roman Forum.
Alvin_S, Jan 2023
Skip the Line: Colosseum and Ancient Rome Small-Group Walking Tour Including Pantheon and Piazza Navona
Great tour of the Colosseum and Roman Forum. Didn't get a chance to go inside the Pantheon due to the long line, but this was an enjoyable way to spend 3 hours in Rome.
star-4
Awesome!
Thomas_A, Jan 2023
Colosseum, Piazza Pantheon and Roman Forum Small Group Tour Skip the Line
I loved the Roman Forum. The Pantheon and the Colosseum were awesome. The guide was very engaging but his English was a little hard to understand.
star-5
Nice,delicious, fun tour
Luis_S, Dec 2022
Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, and Campo Dei Fiori Market Food and Wine Tour
Maria was an excellent guide, this tour gave us a great taste of Rome and also allowed us to visit the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain. The food was delicious and we enjoyed the tour!
star-5
Julia (I believe was her...
Hannah_I, Nov 2022
Official Guided Tour of the Pantheon in Rome
Julia (I believe was her name) was excellent. Delivery of information in a factual, magical way. So good! Pantheon is so impressive!!
star-5
I highly recommend this tour
David_M, Jan 2023
Colosseum, Piazza Pantheon and Roman Forum Small Group Tour Skip the Line
Our tour guide was knowledgeable, easy to understand, and kept a good pace for our group. Seeing the Pantheon, Roman Forum, and Coliseum in one tour was spectacular.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Wear comfy shoes, as walking tours are among the most popular ways to see this site.

  • Book a bus tour or a take a cool walking night tour around the illuminated fountains and buildings to avoid the worst of Rome's heat.

  • Bring your appetite on a food tour of Rome’s historical center that passes the Pantheon.

  • As the Pantheon is an active religious building, flash photography and loud conversations are discouraged.

  • The Pantheon is free to visit and open every day.

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How To Get There

The Pantheon is located in the center of Rome, a short walk from the Tiber River, the main shopping street of Via del Corso, and many other attractions. It’s possible to walk to the site or catch a bus or tram which stops at Largo di Torre Argentina. Alternatively, visit on a guided walking tour.

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When to Get There

The Pantheon is open and popular with visitors every day. To see the building buzz with energy, attend weekend public mass, held Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 10:30am. Though the interior is not open at night, seeing the illuminated ancient architecture after dark is worth a visit in itself.

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Things to do Nearby

The Pantheon is one of Rome’s top attractions, but there’s plenty more to see and do nearby. Don't miss the stunning Gothic interior of the Santa Maria Sopra Minerva church, just one block behind the Pantheon; then, continue on to the Spanish Steps on the Piazza de Spagna or head to the Trevi Fountain to make a wish.

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