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Paris Panthéon Admission Ticket

The Panthéon is an impressive and imposing neoclassical edifice dedicated to the memory of the men and women who have marked French hisotry since the Revolution.

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  • Explore majestic neoclassical building with its 19th century paintings and sculptures
  • Enter the crypt and see the tombs of famous French personalities
  • See the canvas paintings that depicts the lives of French monarchs
  • Explore the final resting place of more than 70 important figures of French history

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What To Expect

Discover the best-preserved monument from Ancient Rome on a tour of the Pantheon. Visit the Pantheon (1764-1790), the masterpiece of architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot, located on the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève hill in Paris. Discover the great personalities buried in the crypt, which put a human face on our national identity. From the colonnade outside of the dome you can enjoy a wide panorama of the capital


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Confirmation:

  • Tickets will be issued upon confirmation within 24 hours of booking request

Insider Tips:

  • Do you love knowing about things of the past? It feels great to see historical structures and remember facts about them, more like going back in history in a time machine. 
  • Pantheon is the masterpiece of architect Soufflot. You will be mesmerized to see the architectural design of the building. For that, you need to buy Paris Pantheon Tickets. 
  • Grab your Paris Pantheon Tickets from our website and visit this beautiful place without having to stand in a queue. Moreover, get discount tickets on applying promo codes. We accept all kinds of top currencies like South African Rand, Singapore Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Japanese Yen, Korean Won, Indian Rupee, and many others. 
  • The Paris history for this place dates back to the year 1744 when Kind Louis XV promised to replace the damaged church with a monument. Then the construction of the Pantheon began, and the church was transformed into a National Pantheon in the year 1791. Victor Hugo was buried at this place in the year 1885. Later on, other people like Voltaire, Emile Zola, and Marie Curie were buried in Pantheon Paris. 
  • Apart from the grand building, there's also a decorative programme where you'll find decorated paintings showcasing the life of Saint Genevieve. The crypt is nothing but the tombs of famous people like Rousseau, Alexandre Dumas, and a few others. Then there's Foucault's pendulum, a device that demonstrates the rotation of Earth.
  • There are various tour options available, like self-guided tours, guided tours, tour lectures, and audio tours. You can choose any of them as per your liking. However, the time limit of each of these varies. Also, no booking is required for self-guided tours.
  • On your visit to Paris, don't miss out on other tourist attractions like Disneyland Paris, Louvre Museum, Palace of Versailles, Centre Pompidou, Lido de Paris, Sainte Chapelle, Arc de Triomphe, The Catacombs of Paris, art galleries and museums in Paris. 

Additional Information:

  • People under 18 years of age have free entry.
  • You can rent an audio guide in 11 languages, namely French, German, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, and Polish. 

 

Know Before You Go:

  • Pantheon Paris opening hours are from 10 am to 6 pm every day.
  • Paris museum pass is accepted at this place. 
  • Pets are not allowed.
  • Gift and book shop are available.
  • Make sure to wear decent clothes as it is a memorial monument.
  • Don't speak loudly in the crypt.
  • Restrooms are available. 

 

How To Use:

  • You are required to carry a Hard Copy of the E-Ticket 

Address:

  • Near the boulevard Saint-Michel
  • Place du Pantheon, 75005 Paris

How To Get There:

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  • By Train: Take the RER B and stop at Luxembourg, walk for 2 min from the station. Take the Boulevard Saint Michel until the place Edmond Rostand. You will then see the Panthéon on your right
  • By Metro: Take the line 10 and stop at Cardinal Lemoine or take the line 7 and stop at place Monge, walk for 3 min from the stations. From the Place Monge, take the street Lacépède on the left and walk until the Panthéon. From Cardinal-Lemoine, take the street Clovis and stop at the Panthéon
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