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

Pantheon

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

The basics

Pass through the bronze doors and stand under the center of the dome, where light shines down into the open interior (and occasionally rain pours down, too). Guided private and small-group Pantheon tours are great for learning about the structure's history and architecture.

Many other tour options, lasting 3 to 4 hours, combine visits with skip-the-line entry to the Colosseum or other popular Roman sights, such as the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona, and the Roman Forum. You can also admire the Pantheon from the steps of the obelisk in Piazza della Rotonda.

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Pantheon Elite Tour in Rome
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Our tour guide Job, was exceptionally knowledgeable, professional, punctual and most of all enthusiastically entertaining!!!! He brought history to life and we saw the Pantheon throughout its long, long journey. Wandering around without a dedicated guide is a mistake if you want to appreciate the Pantheon.
Eric_H, Feb 2024

Things to know before you go

  • Book a bus tour or take a cool walking night tour around the illuminated fountains and buildings to avoid the worst of Rome's heat.

  • Bring your appetite on food tours of Rome's historical center that pass the Pantheon.

  • As the Pantheon is an active religious building, flash photography and loud conversations are discouraged.

  • The Pantheon is free to visit and open every day.

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How to get there

The Pantheon is located in the center of Rome, a short walk from the Tiber River, the main shopping street of Via del Corso, and many other attractions. It's possible to walk to the site or catch a bus or tram that stops at Largo di Torre Argentina. Alternatively, visit on a guided walking tour.

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When to get there

The Pantheon is open and draws lots of visitors every day. To see the building buzz with energy, attend weekend public mass, held on Saturdays at 5pm and Sundays at 10:30am. Though the interior is not open at night, seeing the illuminated ancient architecture after dark is worth a visit in itself.

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Things to do nearby

The Pantheon is one of Rome's top attractions, but there's plenty more to see and do nearby. Be sure to check out the stunning Gothic interior of the Basilica di Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, just one block behind the Pantheon; then, continue to the Spanish Steps on the Piazza di Spagna or head to the Trevi Fountain to make a wish.

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