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Combo: National Pantheon + St. George’s Castle Tickets

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With this combo, get admission into the National Pantheon and St. George’s Castle in Lisbon.


  • Grab this money-saving combo which gives you access to the National Pantheon and St. George's Castle.

  • Explore the National Pantheon, the first baroque architecture building in Portugal known for its colored marble interiors.

  • Enjoy exquisite views of the Tagus River and spot the burial chambers of several Portuguese presidents and the national treasures Almeida Garret and Amila Rodrigues.

  • At St. George’s Castle, walk through the expertly curated Permanent Exhibitions and learn about the history of this monument.

  • Fun Fact: The earliest mention of St. George’s Castle date back to the 11th century where Arab geographers refer to it as defending the ‘quasabah’ or ‘fortress’.


  • Admission to National Pantheon

  • Admission to St. George’s Castle

cancellation policy

These tickets can’t be cancelled. However, they are valid for an extended period of time.

ticket validity

These tickets are valid for an extended duration. The exact details will be present on the ticket.

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National Pantheon

The National Pantheon was first built in 1682 as the Church of Saint Engratia. The huge dome wasn't finished being built until 1966, making it Portugal's latest-completed monument. A lengthy endeavor is well described as "a job like St. Engratia." History states that it took so long to build because it was constructed on the site of a church that was broken into and burned down in 1630. It's the story of a Jewish man who was wrongfully arrested, condemned to death, and then exonerated. He stated that a new church would never be erected as an innocent man had been convicted.

Soon after its completion in 1681, the church collapsed, perhaps confirming his prophecy. As the country's first baroque building, it stands out for its absence of the style's signature golden ornamentation and blue-and-white tile panels. Instead, the inside is a multicolored marble masterpiece inspired by Rome's St. Peter's Basilica. With its octagonal plan based on a Greek cross, it is the last resting place of many notable Portuguese, including explorers, presidents, writers, and even Fado diva Amália Rodrigues.

St. George’s Castle

The original Moorish castle was severely damaged in an earthquake in 1755, and what you see now is a reconstruction. Before the monarch opted to construct a palace on the waterfront—also damaged in the earthquake—this building served as the official royal home. The castle now serves as the city's most recognizable landmark of its fortified walls and pine-shaded terraces.

There are 10 towers in all, all of which may be scaled. Explore the museum's modest collection of artifacts like Moorish coins, ceramics, and tiles that were uncovered during excavations. Try to spot a peacock or two that live in the planted areas around the tower.

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Important Information

National Pantheon

  • Although wheelchairs can get you around the rest of the Pantheon, the dome is out of bounds.

  • When ascending the Pantheon's Dome Stairs, it’s recommended that you wear shoes that provide enough support and stability.

  • All Portuguese nationals have free entry on Sundays and national holidays before 2pm.

St. George’s Castle

  • There could be a waiting time of 2 hours.


National Pantheon

  • It is strictly forbidden to touch the artwork and to use flash photography.

St. George’s Castle

  • Aside from guide dogs, pets are not permitted at this attraction.

Operating Hours

National Pantheon

Oct to Mar

  • Tue to Sun: 10am to 5pm

  • Last entry: 4:40pm

Apr to Sun

  • Tue to Sun: 10am to 6pm

  • Last entry: 5:40pm

St. George’s Castle

  • Daily: 9am to 7pm

  • Last entry: 6:30pm

On 1 Jul: 9am to 4:30pm

  • Last entry: 4pm

Closed on: 1 Jan, 24 May, & 25 Dec

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  • Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.

  • Display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at each redemption point.

Ticket Redemption Points

National Pantheon

  • Show your ticket at National Pantheon.

  • Address: Campo de Santa Clara, 1100-471 Lisboa, Portugal.

Get Directions to the Redemption Point

St. George’s Castle

  • Show your ticket at Castelo de S. Jorge.

  • Address: R. de Santa Cruz do Castelo, 1100-129 Lisboa, Portugal.

Get Directions to the Redemption Point

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