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Rome Pantheon Tickets

The majestic Roman Pantheon's unique Corinthian columns and concrete dome make it an architectural marvel, drawing in millions of visitors each year. With Roman Pantheon tickets, tour its legacy with a detailed guide and explore its surrounding landmarks on a combo tour.Rome Pantheon Tickets

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Rome Pantheon Tickets Guide

The Pantheon is a unique architectural symbol of ancient Rome, having been around for more than 2000 years. It was initially built as a temple back in 27 BC by Marcus Agrippa and rebuilt around 111 AD by Emperor Hadrian. For a structure as old as this, the Pantheon’s dome, Corinthian columns, and large bronze doors still stand strong centuries later, making it one of the most-visited attractions in the city. Know more about Roman Pantheon tickets, getting there, opening hours, and more.

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Rome Pantheon

  • It is mandatory to book tickets online at least one day in advance. 
  • All visitors above 12 years of age must present a valid Green Pass to enter. 
  • Wearing masks and maintaining social distance is mandatory. 
  • Visitors must take the mandatory temperature check at the entrance. They may not be allowed to enter if they have a high temperature (37.5° C or more). 
  • Hand sanitizers are available at various points across the monument.

All Your Roman Pantheon Tickets Options

Visit one of the most notable pieces of architecture in Rome's history,  the Pantheon. Choose from a variety of ticket options. For a self-guided tour, book entry tickets which include a multilingual audioguide, or for a deeper dive into the monument’s history and architecture, opt for a guided tour. Discover more of Rome with a combo ticket, which includes entry into not just the Pantheon, but various other landmarks in the city as well.

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Guided Tours

Combo Tickets

These tickets are the best choice for anyone on a budget. They offer direct admission into the site and also include a multilingual audio guide, allowing you to learn about the Pantheon’s history and  architecture at your own pace. 

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With an informative audioguide, explore the ancient ruins of the 2000-year-old Pantheon in Rome.
A Roman Pantheon tour is a great way to gain a deep understanding of the monument’s history, architecture, and significance. You’ll be accompanied by an expert guide who will regale you with interesting facts and stories about the Pantheon.

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Enjoy a 1-hour guided tour of the symbolic monument of Rome, the Pantheon. With your expert multilingual guide, discover its grandeur and fascinating history. Your experience also includes free WiFi access and an audio guide.
Cover the most famous landmarks in Rome such as Castel St Angelo, Trevi Fountain, Borghese Gallery, and more along with the Rome Pantheon, with just one combo ticket. These tickets are ideal for those looking to explore more of the city while on a budget. 

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Explore Castel Sant'Angelo, an ancient structure from the 2nd century and the Roman Pantheon on a pocket-friendly budget with this combo ticket. 
Visit two famous attractions in Rome with one combo ticket: the Borghese Gallery and Rome Pantheon. Make use of your audio guide for a self-guided tour.

Plan Your Visit to the Roman Pantheon

Opening Hours

Getting There

Guidelines/Facilities

What are the Roman Pantheon’s opening hours? 
It is open from Monday to Saturday between 8:30 AM to 7:15 PM and on Sundays from 9:00 AM to 5:45 PM.
When is the Roman Pantheon closed?
It is closed on 1 January, 15 August, and 25 December.
What is the best time to visit the Roman Pantheon?
You can expect the least crowds during early morning hours from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM on weekdays. You can expect the most visitors on weekends, public holidays, or summers (June to September).
How long is a Roman Pantheon tour?
A guided tour would take 45 minutes to an hour. If you plan on taking a self-guided tour, plan to spend at least 1-2 hours exploring the site.
Where is the Roman Pantheon located?
The Pantheon is located at Piazza della Rotonda a Rome, Italy. 
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Can I take the metro to the Roman Pantheon?
The closest subway station to the Pantheon is Barberini, which is located 1.3 km from the monument. You can walk the 15-minute distance or take a bus and get off at Corso stop, which is a 5-minute walk away.
Can I take the bus to the Roman Pantheon?
Corso is the closest bus stop to the Pantheon and is only a 5-minute walk to the monument. You can take bus numbers 62, 63, 83, 85, 119, 160, 492,628, n5, n46, n90, and n543 to reach the stop.
Is the Roman Pantheon wheelchair accessible?
Yes, the entire site is completely wheelchair accessible, allowing differently abled visitors to comfortably explore.
Is a storage facility available at Rome Pantheon?
There is no in-house storage facility at Rome Pantheon. However, there are several luggage storage facilities available within 500 meters from the monument.
Is photography permitted at Rome Pantheon?
Yes, photography is permitted at Rome Pantheon.
Does Rome Pantheon have a visitor dress code?
You must cover your shoulders, knees, and midriffs at all times on the site. Flip-flops are not allowed at the monument.

What to See on a Rome Pantheon Tour?

Here are the highlights of your visit to the Roman Pantheon.

Exteriors 

The large column in front of the Pantheon is known as the “Monolith of Aswan.” They are gray granite monoliths quarried from faraway lands of Aswan, and Egypt. Each of these monoliths measure more than 24 feet in height and have a girth of almost seven feet. These massive pieces of stone were transported to Italy via boat and then dragged on land for over 500 miles.

Rotunda

The dome of the Pantheon (rotunda) is unique because it uses no wood for support. It is instead supported by eight massive pillars which are over 32 feet in circumference. The diameter of each of these pillars was unbeaten by any structure during its time. This allowed for completely open space underneath for construction workers to operate on plumbing pipes and electrical lines without being obstructed by large wooden beams. The height of this room is its most impressive feature; the tallest point in the room is over 147 feet high.

Interior

As you enter, you will be presented with the enormous dome of circles and squares unifying the roof while checkerboard patterns dominate the floor. Since the opening (oculus) allows rainwater to pass through, the ground is built with an incline of 30 centimeters to drain the water. The oculus at the top also allows light to pass through and creates a reverse sundial, where time is measured by light instead of shadows.

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Colosseum 

The Colosseum is the largest amphitheater ever built in world history. Measuring a massive 150 feet in height it is the ultimate symbol of the Roman Empire. The Colosseum could hold 50,000 spectators at a time. It was the battleground for bloody fights between gladiators, which were watched as a measure of entertainment and sport by spectators and adults. Book Colosseum tickets.

Borghese Gallery

Built in the early 17th century, the Borghese Gallery is an ode to the Renaissance movement. It contains over 700 works including sculptures and paintings from the Italian Renaissance period by the likes of Caravaggio and Raphael. The exterior features pilasters decorated with relief busts of philosophers and emperors framed by niches containing sculptures. Book Borghese Gallery tickets.

Castel Sant Angelo

Castel Sant'Angelo, known as Hadrian’s Mausoleum, has served as a fortress, prison, papal palace, and museum for art collections from the Vatican. In addition to that,  it presents incredibly interesting architecture with its corner towers overlooking Tiber River banks, remaining intact after standing strong for over 2000 years. Book Castel Sant Angelo tickets.

Palazzo Barberini

Palazzo Barberini is a historic palace in Rome. It has been home to prominent figures in history including Louis XIV of France and Christina, Queen of Sweden. It currently serves as an art gallery where visitors can view masterpieces by Caravaggio and Raphael. The architectural highlight here are the Baroque frescoes by Pietro da Cortona. Book Palazzo Barberini tickets.

Bioparco Rome

The Bioparco Rome is a zoological garden situated in Rome's largest park, Villa Borghese. It houses more than 3000 animals of over five hundred different species such as brown bears, hippos, lions, penguins, and more. The zoo has been around since 1911 and the recent renovation has enabled it to modernize some areas while keeping some traditional aspects of the park's history intact, such as statues, fountains, and architecture. Book Bioparco Rome tickets.

Roman Pantheon Tickets FAQs

Are Roman Pantheon tickets available online now?

Yes, tickets are now available online. Guests are advised to prebook their tickets online so as to get their preferred date and time of visit.

What safety measures are in place at the Roman Pantheon?

Guests can book their tickets online to prevent physical contact and ensure contactless payments. Moreover, it is mandatory to wear masks, maintain social distance, and carry a valid green pass. Hand sanitizing stations are also available and temperature checks are carried out at the entrance.

What are the different types of Roman Pantheon tickets?

There are three types of Rome Pantheon tickets that you can choose from. Entry tickets provide direct entry and an audio guide for a self-guided tour, while guided tours include the services of an expert guide for an in-depth insight into the monument. Combo tickets are easy on the pockets and offer admission to other famous landmarks in Rome including the Rome Pantheon.

Are discounts available on Roman Pantheon tickets?

Children under 12 years of age enjoy reduced pricing on their tickets.

Do Roman Pantheon tickets include skip-the-line entry?

No, skip-the-line access is not available with Rome Pantheon tickets.

Are audio guides available with Roman Pantheon tickets?

Yes, audio guides are available even for basic entry Rome Pantheon tickets.

How do I get to the Roman Pantheon?

You can reach the Pantheon by train or by bus. The closest metro station to the Pantheon is Barberini, which is a 15-minute walk away. You can also take a bus to Corso stop, which is only a 5-minute walk from the Pantheon. You can take bus numbers 62, 63, 83, 85, 119, 160, 492,628, n5, n46, n90, and n543 to reach the monument.

What is the best time to visit the Roman Pantheon?

The Pantheon receives the least crowds during early morning hours from 8:30 AM to 11:00 AM on weekdays. You can expect maximum crowds on weekends, public holidays, and summers (June to September).

Is the Roman Pantheon wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the site is completely wheelchair accessible.

Is the Roman Pantheon wheelchair accessible?

Yes, the site is completely wheelchair accessible.

Is photography allowed at the Roman Pantheon?

Yes, photography is permitted at the Pantheon.

Is there a dress code to enter the Roman Pantheon?

You must cover your shoulders, knees, and midriffs at all times on the site. Flip-flops are not allowed at the monument.
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