The Best Pantheon Paris Tickets 2023
About Pantheon Paris Tickets
Get skip-the-line access to the Panthéon – France’s most enchanting burial place and a temple dedicated to people who have marked French history. Explore the tombs of famous French personalities and discover paintings depicting the birth of Christianity. After that, finish your visit by soaking in captivating views of Paris from the upper floors.
Pantheon Tickets Paris
By purchasing this skip-the-line ticket, you will have an opportunity to directly access the Panthéon – a former church and the burial site for famous personalities from the French Revolution. Discover the canvas paintings illustrating the birth of Christianity, and explore the entire crypt!
Maybe the Panthéon isn’t as famous as the Eiffel Tower or Arc de Triomphe, but it should undoubtedly be on your visit list while in Paris. In the past, the Panthéon was an abbey dedicated to Saint Geneviève (the patron saint of Paris). But in the late 18th century, the government switched it from a church to a mausoleum.
During your Pantheon visit, you will have an opportunity to see a painting series of the life of the saint and discover the epic story of Christianity’s beginnings, as well as Foucault’s pendulum, demonstrating the Earth’s rotation.
After you learn all about the beginning of Christianity, go down below to discover the tombs of 70+ illustrious figures, including Voltaire, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Emile Zola, Alexandre Dumas, Pierre, and Marie Currie.
Finish your self-guided tour by enjoying mesmerizing city views from the upper floors.
- Self-guided tour
- Access to the Panthéon
- Skip-the-line admission
DON’T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO VISIT THE MOST FAMOUS PARISIAN MONUMENT!
Your self-guided tour will start at the entrance to the Panthéon, at the address: Place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris. The monument is situated atop Montagne Sainte-Geneviève in the heart of Paris’ lively Latin Quarter. Please keep in mind that this attraction closes at 4:00 PM on 24th December and 31st December.
Learn all about the life of Saint Genevieve, King Louis XV, and the French monarchy
Discover the replica of Foucault’s Pendulum, suspended from the dome
Get exclusive access to the Panthéon without having to wait in long lines
Take your time and explore this religious and patriotic monument at your own pace on a self-guided tour
See the tombs of famous French figures – including Victor Hugo, Voltaire, Louis Braille, Émile Zola, and Marie Curie
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Good to know before you go
- Free entry for people under 18 years of age and EU residents under 26 years of age with valid IDs.
- There is no luggage room where you can leave bags.
- The last admission is 45 minutes before closing time.
FAQ – Pantheon Paris Tickets
How much are the tickets to Panthéon in Paris?The regular price of the Pantheon Paris ticket is around 12 €. By booking this particular Pantheon Paris ticket, you will get exclusive access to all temple areas without waiting in long lines at the entrance.
Do you need tickets to visit Panthéon Paris?Unfortunately, there is no free admission to the Pantheon. To visit this iconic cultural site, you must have an entrance ticket. But don’t worry, we have already found the best-value Pantheon Paris Tickets for you. Book them now, get skip-the-line access and enjoy your Pantheon sightseeing experience to the fullest!
Can you buy a ticket to Panthéon online?Of course! By far, the best and most convenient way to purchase your Pantheon Paris tickets is online and in advance. That way, you will secure your spot, save time & money, and have a completely stress-free visit to the Pantheon.
How long should I spend at the Pantheon in Paris?Visiting the Paris Pantheon is an incredible experience, and if you want to explore every corner of it, it will take you around 45 minutes. Also, you may find it helpful to take an audio guide to fully comprehend the history of what you are seeing.
What other famous cultural sites should I visit while in Paris?There is a common mistake made by many travelers who visit only the most important monuments of Paris, such as the Louvre Museum, the Eiffel Tower, and the Arc de Triomphe. But there is much more to see while in Paris. A visit to Sainte Chapelle, Centre Pompidou, and Les Invalides is also well worth it!
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Valuable tips for visiting Pantheon, Paris
Pantheon, Paris opening hours
Paris Pantheon is open for visitors every day of the week.
April 1 – September 30: from 10 AM to 6:30 PM
Last Entry: 5:45
October 1 – March 31: from 10 AM to 6 PM
Last Entry: 5:15 PM
The Pantheon is closed for visitors on January 1st, May 1st, November 1st, 11th, and December 25th.
Getting to the Pantheon
Pantheon is easily accessible by bus since there is a bus station right next to the monument. It will take you only a 13-minutes drive from the city center to the monument.
Bus lines: 21, 27, 38, 82, 84, 85, 89
When visiting Paris, it is recommended to use this public transportation system since it is more convenient, safe, and economically viable than renting an automobile. There are numerous train lines throughout the city, so reaching the Paris Pantheon by train is very easy.
Train Line: RER B
Nearest Train Station: Luxembourg station
There is no doubt that the metro is the fastest way to get around the city. With Cardinal-Lemoine as the nearest metro station, the Paris Pantheon is connected to the rest of the city by 16 interconnected lines.
Metro Lines: 10 & 7
Nearest Metro Station: Cardinal-Lemoine
Pantheon, Paris: interesting facts you probably didn’t know
With its ancient Roman pillars and towering spire, the Panthéon provides a stunning change of scenery among Paris’s buildings in the 5th Arrondissement. The intricate halls of this landmark are always filled with tourists seeking a glimpse into Paris’ turbulent history. However, what is so special about it? Here are some interesting facts about the Panthéon you probably didn’t know.
Women weren’t buried in the Panthéon until 1995
Burial in the Panthéon was a way to commemorate the lives of important French figures. However, this list was initially limited only to men. The Panthéon finally broke the tradition in 1995 and entombed physicist and chemist Marie Curie in this hallowed space for her contributions to radioactivity research. Her husband, a physicist, Pierre Curie, is also buried in the Panthéon.
Many famous French writers, scientists, and generals have been buried inside the Panthéon.
The Panthéon is filled with ghostly residents who reflect France’s love of art and culture. Many famous writers, scientists, philosophers, and filmmakers are buried in its walls. These include Jean Jacques Rousseau, Victor Hugo of Les Miserables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame fame, Alexandre Dumas, Emile Zola, and Voltaire.
The Panthéon offers one of the best views over Paris.
Make sure you climb up the Pantheon’s impressive dome during your visit to experience a captivating view of the City of Lights. Also, don’t forget to bring your camera, because you will want to capture this amazing moment!
In the Pantheon, Leon Foucault proved the earth rotates.
Foucault built a gigantic iron pendulum in the Pantheon in the 19th century to prove that the world rotates. Over the years, the original has been relocated to the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, but a replica remains at the Panthéon.
Quick & easy booking process!
We were ready to wait in a long line to buy entrance tickets to the Pantheon. But thankfully, we found them at Tiqets and booked them immediately! We were inside the temple within 1 minute (literally). The easy booking process, best value for money & incredible experience!
Worth your time & money!
An extraordinary monument! It was really nice to see the crypt that houses the tombs of all those famous French personalities. I would highly recommend taking an audio guide. That way, you will better understand the history behind this iconic monument's walls. Overall a very great experience!
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- Exclusive access to the Panthéon
- Free cancellation for up to 24 hours with a full refund.