Ancient Roman Pantheon temple in Rome, Italy
Ancient Roman Pantheon temple in Rome, Italy

Pantheon Tours and Tickets

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Known for its massive dome and center oculus, the well-preserved Pantheon attracts millions of annual visitors to Rome—nd its proximity to the gelaterias along Via della Maddalena is just a bonus. Highlights of this temple-turned-church, which is the burial ground for Renaissance artist Raphael and the first king of Italy, include awe-inspiring architecture and beautiful art.

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

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Tina_W, Nov 2023
Not to be missed
The Pantheon was beautiful, definitely a must visit. Top of our list for a visit and priority ticket got us through immediately.
Cynthia_D, Nov 2023
Pantheon Tour - Expert level tour.
This tour is an extraordinary way to appreciate the Pantheon. History, architecture and culture were all reviewed during a 45 minute tour which was both exciting and educational. Our guide was not only knowledgeable but also passionate about this glorious edifice and the city of Rome. Great experience!!!
Carol_P, Nov 2023
Excellent tour!
Excellent tour! Excellent tour guide! Highly knowledgeable and passionate about the history of the Pantheon. I definitely recommend this tour.
Timothy_D, Nov 2023
The audio tour was very...
The audio tour was very informative and the pantheon and the art was truly amazing. Well worth the money to hear about what we were seeing and to skip the line to enter.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Pantheon hours of operation?
Pantheon hours of operation: Mon–Sat: 9am–7:30pm, Sun: 9am–5:30pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:Should I book Pantheon tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Pantheon can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Pantheon 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Pantheon costs USD 14.91. Guided Pantheon tours start around USD 14.91 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Is a tour of the Pantheon worth it?
A:Yes, the Pantheon is one of Rome’s most spectacular and well-preserved ancient buildings, home to a magnificent dome, the largest unreinforced concrete dome ever built. In addition, this ancient wonder houses illustrious tombs, including that of the Renaissance painter Raphael.
Q:How long does it take to tour the Pantheon?
A:The interior of the Pantheon is one single space, so once you’re inside, it only takes a few minutes to walk through it. Plan to spend about 20-30 minutes marveling at its soaring dome and oculus, admiring the ornate marble decorations, and walking the circumference to take in the lavish tombs.
Q:Do you need a reservation to enter the Pantheon?
A:Rome made history recently by announcing that all visitors must purchase admission tickets to visit the Pantheon as of July 2023. You can buy tickets online in advance via the Pantheon’s official website at the ticket counter at the site’s entrance immediately before entering.
Q:What is the best day to visit the Pantheon?
A:The Pantheon is open daily but is most crowded on the weekends and holidays when Mass is held inside this ancient temple-turned-church. The best day to visit is on a weekday morning before the crowds flow in or on weekday evenings just before the 6:45pm last entry (the site closes at 7pm).
Q:How long do you have to queue to visit the Pantheon?
A:It was once very quick and easy to enter the Pantheon, one of Rome’s last unticketed attractions. Today, however, the line at the ticket counter can stretch across the square, though it does tend to move quickly. Consider that you may wait in line for up to 30 minutes before reaching the entrance.
Q:How much does it cost to tour the Pantheon?
A:Until just recently, the Pantheon was free to enter. In July 2023, however, the site announced that visitors must purchase a €6 admission ticket to visit. Alternatively, you can reserve a 35-minute audio tour for €15 or a 45-minute guided tour for €20–€30.