Pantheon Paris ticket
The Pantheon is a stunning example of French neoclassical architecture, designed by ambitious architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot. Built originally as a church in 1780 to house the remains of Saint Geneviève, who was executed during Napoleon Bonaparte's revolution.
The building now functions both as a mausoleum and an artistic memorial museum, showcasing some amazing artwork that evokes vivid imagery from French history, like Syndrome de la Revolution Française (French Revolutionary Disease).
Guide yourself through this historical building with your skip-the-line tickets! You'll be given a visitor’s guide in 9 languages, so there is no hassle when exploring. Spend some time relaxing on spiral staircase number two before making your way down intoCrypts, where many celebrated figures are buried, including Victor Hugo (The Hunchback Of Notre Dame), Voltaire, and Marie Curie(Les Mis).
Imagine the awe-inspiring views of Paris from one hundred meters high as you stand in front of Foucault's Pendulum, which was installed inside a former church and displays a perfect balance between religion and science. Understand how this instrument proves that our world indeed revolves around its axis, just like they said before!
From 1 April to 30 Sept:
The operating hours are from 10am to 6.30pm daily, with the last access at 5:45pm.
From 1 Oct to 31 Mar:
The operating hours are from 10am - 6pm, with the last access at 5:15pm.
Pantheon is not open on 1 Jan, 1 May, and 25 Dec.
The last entry to the monument is 45 minutes before it closes.
To book a tour, feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org or +33771800874.