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Pantheon Audio Guide

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Audio Guide
  • Enjoy free entry and visit the best-preserved building from ancient Rome, the Pantheon!
  • This Roman temple-turned-Catholic church was once dubbed by Michelangelo as “the work of angels”
  • Plug in your multimedia audio guide that takes you on a ride: from funeral monuments to the open-air oculus, you’ll see it all
  • Enjoy sightseeing and learning, interspersed with storytelling. This is modern audio guide technology at its finest
  • Be privy to 2000 years of Roman history as you discover the nooks and crannies of this cherished landmark

These are the options you can choose from:

  • Official Pantheon Audio Guide
  • Mobile Audio Guide Nearby the Pantheon

Please note:

  • Entry to the Pantheon is free.
  • The audio guide costs €5.
  • You can pick up the audio guide from a location near the Pantheon.
  • Audioguides are available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, Chinese, German, Russian and Portuguese.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Skip the Line Guided Tour of the Pantheon

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Mobile Ticket
1 hr.
Audio Guide
  • Immerse yourself in an exciting, 1-hour official guided tour of one of Rome's most stunning ancient temples, the Pantheon.
  • Since each group will have fewer than 10 people, you can enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
  • Begin with seeing the statue of the Elephant and its Obelisk - the plinth refers to Isis and is dedicated to St Mary.
  • When you read it, you will be reminded that it takes a strong spirit, like that of an elephant, to support reliable wisdom.
  • Follow your guide through the Pantheon and see its oculus, also known as the 'Eye of the Pantheon.'
  • Fun fact: on the midday of every 21 April (the founding date of Rome), the sunlight strikes the metal grille above the door, filling the entranceway with light. This would have illuminated the emperor in ancient times.
  • Pay your respects at the tomb of Raphael, one of the greatest painters of the Renaissance.
  • Your guide will also point out the Basilica of Neptune, and tell you about its history; it was built in celebration of Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa's naval victories at Mylae, Naulochus, and Actium.

These are the options you can choose from:

  • English Guided Tour
  • French Guided Tour
  • Spanish Guided Tour
  • Italian Guided Tour
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Navona Underground, Pantheon and Trevi Fountain Walking Tour

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Mobile Ticket
1 hr.
Guided Tour
  • Meet your tour guide at Navona Square, and go for a walk through the bustling piazza.
  • It is one of the most beautiful squares in Rome and has been built over the ruins of the ancient circus of Domitian.
  • Today the Navona Piazza is lined with beautiful pastel palazzi sprinkled with ornate Baroque fountains like the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini.
  • You also get to enjoy an exclusive skip-the-line entrance at Navona Square underground.
  • This UNESCO World Heritage Site was Rome's first permanent venue for gladiator games and competitive athletics.
  • Explore the Pantheon, the legendary Roman temple dedicated to all divinities.
  • It is said that the Pantheon is the most well-preserved ancient temple in the world.
  • Michelangelo was so awestruck by its beauty that when he saw it for the first time, he declared it to be angelic, rather than human, in design.
  • Head over to Trevi Fountain, the largest and best-known fountain in Rome.
  • Make sure to toss a coin - in doing so, it grants you the wish of returning to Rome one day!
  • Your guide will tell you all about the fascinating history of the fountain (it dates back to the year 19 BC).
  • Interestingly, the fountain derives its name from Tre Vie (three ways) since it was the meeting point of three streets.
  • End your tour at the Campidoglio and from a fantastic spot, enjoy the best view of the Roman Forum and the Colosseum at night!

Children aged 6-17yrs enjoy reduced pricing on their voucher (carry a valid photo ID).

  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Rome Pantheon Reopens Post COVID-19

Rome's Pantheon reopened to the public on 1 February 2021 after a three-month long closure due to the coronavirus emergency. Read on to find out all the safety measures and guidelines in place so you can be better-prepared for your visit.

COVID-19 Safety Measures and Guidelines at Rome Pantheon

  • Wearing masks is mandatory while inside the Pantheon.
  • Visitors are expected to maintain a distance of at least 1.5 meters with other visitor groups.
  • Only one person will be allowed to enter at a time to ensure social distancing.
  • Body temperature will be measured before entry. If the recorded temperature is greater than or equal to 37.5 ° C, entry will not be allowed.

Why Visit the Pantheon in Rome?

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  • Visit the former Roman temple, which was converted into a Catholic church in the year 609.
  • One of the most well-preserved buildings of ancient Rome, the building continues to stand as a symbol of great Roman architecture.
  • Immerse yourself in 2,000 years of Roman history as you explore the Pantheon.
  • Observe the oculus, also known as the 'Eye of the Pantheon', at the top of the dome.

Your Roman Pantheon Tickets Explained

Rome Pantheon Audio-guide tickets

Audio-guide Tours

Self-guided tours are a great option for those who wish to visit the Rome Pantheon at their own pace. Plug into the multimedia audio-guide, which will allow you to learn about the history of the monument. Marvel at the massive domed-ceiling, mausoleum and the open-air oculus. Admire the structure's amazing architectural features, like the massive domed rotunda and the portico with granite columns.

Rome Pantheon guided tour tickets

Guided Tours

Guided tours are a great option for those who wish to soak up all the information they can as they wander through the ancient Roman monument. See the famed elephant and its obelisk, designed by the Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini, and watch the oculus illuminate the insides of the Pantheon. Depending on the tour you choose, you can have a guided tour in English, French, Spanish, or Italian.

Rome Pantheon Walking tour tickets

Walking Tours

Explore the iconic sites of Rome such as the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon and more. What better way to truly discover Rome than by walking through its streets? On this 2.5 hour long tour, you will be accompanied by an expert guide who will fill you in about the history, culture and interesting aspects of the city. Indulge in some of the famous Roman treats such as the Gelato during the walk.

Rome Pantheon Combo Tickets

Combo Tickets

Combo tickets allow you the chance to explore two or more attractions, which works out to be great on the pocket too. Choose between tickets that allow you access to the Leonardo da Vinci Museum, Galleria Borghese or the Castel Sant'Angelo along with the Pantheon. You will get an audio-guide that will help you get a lowdown on 2000 years of Roman history as you explore these attractions.

Cancelation Policy

The audio-guide, guided and walking tours can be canceled up to 24 hours before schedule for a full refund. The Twilight City Stroll tickets can be canceled or rescheduled 72 hours before schedule. The combo tickets, however, cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled.


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Rome Pantheon Highlights

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The Entrance

Sixteen monolithic columns spread across 33-meters stand at the entrance of the monument. The porch was built to replace the original steps that led to the Pantheon's entrance. The cylindrical portions are made of Egyptian granite, while the decorative top of the column and bases were carved from white Greek marble. All the columns vary in height and width. An inscription above the Pantheon reads: "M·AGRIPPA·L·F·COS·TERTIUM·FECIT" meaning, 'Marcus Agrippa, son of Lucius, consul for the third time, built this'.

Rome Pantheon Tickets Oculus

The Dome

The world's largest unreinforced solid concrete dome, it is made of three domes placed one within the other, is constructed entirely of stone. The interior of the dome has a nine-meter circular opening at its center, the oculus, which is the building's only source of light. The interior is filled with sloping drains to ensure that the rainwater that enters does not flood the building. It is believed that the interior of the dome symbolizes the arched vault of the heavens. The dome features five rings of 28 coffers.

Rome Pantheon Tickets Inside


The Pantheon is the site of burial for Italian kings such as Victor Emmanuel II, Renaissance painter Raphael, and sculptor Flaminio Vacca among others. You will find stucco reliefs by Carlo Monaldi and frescos by Melozzo da Forli. Above the main altar, you will see an original icon of the Madonna and Child from the 7th century. Fresco depicting the Coronation of the Virgin, sculpture of St Anne and the Blessed Virgin, and paintings by Francesco Cozza are some of the other works of art you will find here.

Plan Your Visit To Rome Pantheon

Getting There
Rules & Guidelines
Pantheon Tickets Timings

Daily: 9 AM – 7 PM (Last entry is at 6.30 PM)

Closed: 1st January, 15 August, and 25 December.

Best Time To Visit

To avoid crowds, plan your visit early in the morning between 9 AM to 11 AM on a weekday. However, to catch the sunlight streaming in through the oculus, visit between 11 AM to 1 PM. If it happens to rain on the day of your visit, do not be dismayed, The open dome created a great effect when the water pours in, creating a spectacular view.

Getting to Pantheon

Address: Piazza della Rotonda, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

Find on Map

By Metro: Take Line A and alight at Barberini. It is about 700 meters from the Pantheon.

By Bus: The buses n° 30, 40, 62, 64, 81, 87 and 492 will take you to the Pantheon. Get off at the Largo di Torre Argentina stop. It is about 400 meters from the Pantheon.

Rome Pantheon Tickets Rules
  • You need a valid green pass to gain access to places of culture in Italy. You van get a hold of the same by visiting the the Local Health Authority.
  • If you are planning to visit on a Saturday or on holidays, make sure to make a reservation ahead of your visit.
  • As a functioning church, visitors are expected to dress modestly. While you can wear casual attire, make sure that your knees, shoulders and midriff is covered.
  • You cannot drink, eat or smoke inside.

Piazza Navona: This square, built on top of an ancient stadium, is known for its Baroque architecture. It is here that the famous Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini stands.

Trevi Fountain: Head on to the most famous fountain in the world and toss a coin and make a wish!

Castel Sant'Angelo: This ancient fortress is a symbol of Rome's architectural grandeur and rich culture and history.

Colosseum: The landmark that is synonymous with Rome, the Colosseum is a must-visit.

Borghese Gallery: One of Romes' most visited art galleries, it is home to the works of some of the greatest such as Bernini, Raphael, Titian, and Caravaggio.

All Your Questions About Roman Pantheon Tickets Answered

Q. Has the Pantheon in Rome open after the closure due to Coronavirus is?

A. Yes, Rome Pantheon reopened to the public on 1 February 2021.

Q. What public safety measures are in place at the Roman Pantheon?

A. Rome Pantheon has put a host of safety measures such as making mask-wearing and social distancing mandatory. Visitors will only be allowed to enter one at a time and body temperature will be measured before entry.

Q. Are Rome Pantheon tickets available online now?

A. Yes, you can book Pantheon tickets online.

Q. What is the starting price of Rome Pantheon tickets?

A. The Pantheon ticket prices start at €5.

Q. Do my Rome Pantheon tickets include skip-the-line access?

A. Yes, depending on the ticket you choose you can get skip-the-line access to the Pantheon in Rome.

Q. What is the cancelation policy for Roman Pantheon tickets?

A. The tickets for the self-guided and guided tours can be canceled up to 24 hours before schedule for a full refund. Cancel or reschedule your Twilight City Stroll tickets at least 72 hours before schedule. The combo tickets cannot be canceled, amended, or rescheduled.

Q. What are the opening hours of the Pantheon in Rome?

A. The Pantheon is open daily from 9 AM – 7 PM.

Q. What is the best way to get to the Rome Pantheon?

A. You can get to the Pantheon via the bus or the metro.

Q. Are guided tours of the Roman Pantheon available?

A. Yes, guided tours of the Pantheon is available.

Q. Are audio guides available for visitors at the Rome Pantheon?

A. Yes, audio guides are available in eight anguages: English, Italian, French, Spanish, Chinese, German, Portuguese and Russian.

Q. What is the best time to visit the Rome Pantheon?

A. Due to the Covid-19 regulations it make take longer to enter the Pantheon. It is best to get there as early as possible. Mornings between 9 AM to 11 AM on a weekday is a great time to plan your visit.