Visit of the Pantheon in English


What a strange building the Pantheon is! What does it look like? What does the sentence written above the columns mean? Let’s go inside… A fun and interactive visit to discover the monument and its major figures.

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The price includes the guided tour and the ticket that will be given at the beginning of the tour.

Meet 15 minutes before the time of the visit on the steps of the Panthéon, place du Panthéon – Paris 5e
Access by métro Cluny-La Sorbonne ou RER B Luxembourg.

Maximum number of participants : 15 à 18.
Part of the tour is accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Tour guided in English

Children’s prams are accepted in the monument, including the crypt. They are the responsibility of the parents and cannot be left unattended.

Specific conditions related to Covid 19 :
Wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 10 to enter the monument and take part in the guided tour. Any participant not wearing a mask will be denied access, without being able to argue about anything. The Pantheon and L’Echappée Belle do not provide masks. The speaker will be equipped with a protective visor.
The visit will be carried out within a sanitary distance of one metre.
No luggage lockers are available inside the Pantheon.

The confirmation of order is to be presented to the tour guide of L’Echappée Belle at the beginning of the visit. Please print or download it before your visit (the network is difficult to access at the entrance of the monument).

For people with free access to the monument :
Conditions of free access to the monument :
Young people under18. Young people 18 to 25 years old EU or EEA nationals and assimilated (a valid receipt must be presented, otherwise access to the visit will be refused)
Teachers who are holders of an Education Pass. Job seekers. Beneficiaries of social minima.
Disabled civilians with one attendant per person. Disabled war veterans with one attendant person.
Lecturers and guides approved by the Minister of State for Tourism and Villes et Pays d’art et d’histoire Guide Lecturers.
Journalists. Architecture students. Ministry of Culture and Communication card holders. Members of friends of monuments associations for the monument in question when a convention binding the association to the CMN provides for it. Tourism professionals.
Military, gendarms and CRS (a valid receipt must be presented, otherwise access to the visit will be refused)

Copyright Photo : Jean-Christophe Ballot – Centre des Monuments Nationaux