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Panthéon

Panthéon

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Place du Panthéon, Paris, France, 75005

The Basics

Situated at the heart of Paris’ atmospheric Latin Quarter, the Panthéon makes a popular photo stop on walking or bike tours of the Left Bank. Independent visitors can save time by pre-booking skip-the-line tickets; additionally, entrance is free to Paris Museum Pass holders.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Paris

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Le Pantheon: Frances' Hall of Fame
Robin_R, Mar 2020
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
This is a treat for those interested in French History ancient and modern. Classical paintings on the walls surround various memorials. But the real treat is in the crypt where the Pantheon of French heroes is. The only niggle is the crypt would benefit from signposting, so those that wish to visit a particular tomb may find it easily. However, that doesn't detract from its quiet majesty. Not suitable for very young children and buggies and there are steps.
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We visited this on our own
Meander482497, Jul 2019
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
Lovely old building and was well worth booking to see it. I am at a lost at how they managed to build these building with the equipment they would have yhen.
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BEAUTIFUL
NorthStar64404679545, Jun 2019
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
We experienced a beautiful and historical place, It was a great place to visit. I recommend this tour for anyone that is interested in evolution of a great Paris landmark..
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No crowds! so the skip the line...
Jo T, Jul 2017
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
No crowds! so the skip the line ticket was a bit superfluous.The pantheon is enourmous and beautiful. Would highly recommend.
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Great place in Paris to see but you...
Jonathan H, Apr 2017
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
Great place in Paris to see but you have to time it right to get to the rooftop tour which is an extra charge and a separate line.
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An impressive building - where the...
Martin A, Aug 2017
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
An impressive building - where the exterior may outdo the interior.
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Love all the frescoes and especially...
fannia l, Jun 2018
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
Love all the frescoes and especially the pendulum!
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Beautiful experience and we waltzed...
Henry R, Mar 2018
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
Beautiful experience and we waltzed past the line and right inside.
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Skip the line pass wasn't necessary...
BR, Dec 2017
Paris Panthéon Skip the Line Entrance Ticket
Skip the line pass wasn't necessary for the time we went. It was nice to show up with tickets in hand, especially since this was the very first sight-seeing adventure we did once we got to Paris. We went on a Sunday morning and there wasn't really a line to get in, but I imagine that at times, there might be. If you are on a tight schedule, this is a relatively inexpensive skip the line pass and could save you some time. I'm a planner, so having everything beforehand gives me peace of mind.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Visitors are required to undergo security checks and large bags and suitcases are not permitted inside.

  • Audio guides are available in 11 different languages.

  • The Panthéon interiors are not wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The Paris Panthéon is located at the Place du Panthéon in Paris’ Latin Quarter in the 5th arrondissement. You can easily walk to the Panthéon from nearby attractions such as Notre Dame Cathedral and the Luxembourg Gardens; alternatively, the closest Metro stop is Maubert-Mutualité (Line 10).

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When to Get There

The Panthéon is open daily year round, but it can get busy in the peak summer months. Opt for a mid-week or early-morning visit to escape the crowds, or visit after dark when the grand monument is dramatically illuminated.

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Exploring the Panthéon

Built as church dedicated to Sainte-Geneviève, the original Panthéon was the work of architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot and deconsecrated in the 19th century. Today, visitors can admire its Corinthian columns and magnificent dome, then head inside to explore the crypt, see Foucault's Pendulum, and climb the 206 steps to the colonnade, which offers views of landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and the Arc de Triomphe.

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