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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.
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.
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.
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.
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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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'.
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.
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.
Daily: 9 AM – 7 PM (Last entry is at 6.30 PM)
Closed: 1st January, 15 August, and 25 December.
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.
Address: Piazza della Rotonda, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
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.
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.
A. Yes, you can book Pantheon tickets online.
A. The Pantheon ticket prices start at €5.
A. Yes, depending on the ticket you choose you can get skip-the-line access to the Pantheon in Rome.
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.
A. The Pantheon is open daily from 9 AM – 7 PM.
A. You can get to the Pantheon via the bus or the metro.
A. Yes, guided tours of the Pantheon is available.
A. Yes, audio guides are available in eight anguages: English, Italian, French, Spanish, Chinese, German, Portuguese and Russian.
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.