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Pantheon of Paris Paris

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E-ticket for the Panthéon of Paris

  • Entrance ticket to the Pantheon
  • Access to temporary exhibitions within the Pantheon
  • Access to the crypt

Combined Tickets

Sightseeing cruise on the Seine + Paris Pantheon

Exclusive offer: Save €2.90
  • Priority admission to the Pantheon
  • Seine river cruise (Bateaux-Mouches, departure Pont de l'Alma, duration 1h15)
€26.10 €29

Pantheon of Paris + Conciergerie of Paris

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  • Ticket for the Pantheon, priority access
  • Ticket for the Conciergerie, priority access
€23.40 €26

Paris Pantheon + Sainte Chapelle

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  • Ticket for the Pantheon, priority access
  • Ticket for the Sainte-Chapelle, priority access
€22 €24.50

Army Museum - Les Invalides + Pantheon in Paris

Save €2.70
  • Ticket for the Pantheon, priority access
  • Ticket for the Army Museum (Les Invalides + Tomb of Napoleon)
€24.30 €27

What to expect

To Great Men, the Grateful Nation
The inscription has adorned the front of the Pantheon since the French Revolution, a majestic neoclassical monument adorned with painted and sculpted decorations from the 19th century, proudly standing at the heart of the Latin Quarter. Explore its impressive nave, delve into its crypt, and pause in front of the great figures of the nation: Voltaire and Rousseau, as well as Victor Hugo and Emile Zola, are among the most renowned. Some may be unfamiliar to you, but all the figures enshrined within reflect the sensibilities of their time. Lastly, experience the wonderful reconstruction of the 1851 Foucault's Pendulum, which will captivate both young and old alike.

Panthéon Opening Hours

January 2 to March 31: open daily, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
April 1 to September 31: open daily, from 10:00 AM to 6:30 PM
October 1 to December 31: open daily, from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Closures: January 1, May 1, and December 25.
Last entry to the monument: 45 minutes before closing.
Colonnade tours are available from April to October. Tickets can be purchased at the monument's ticket counter.

Free Admission

  • Under 18 (family and non-school group visitors)
  • 18-25 years old (citizens of European Union countries and regular non-European residents in France)
  • Disabled individuals and their companions
  • Jobseekers with a certificate dated within the last 6 months
  • Culture Card - ICOM Card

The Panthéon is free for all visitors on

  • the first Sunday of each month, from November 1 to March 31
  • during Heritage Days (the 3rd weekend of September)


The Panthéon is committed to making its visit accessible to everyone. Individuals with disabilities, as well as their companions, are granted free entry and can enjoy specially adapted guided tours upon presentation of valid documentation, such as the Mobility and Inclusion Card for French citizens. Various visitor assistance devices, including explanatory documents, wheelchair-accessible digital kiosks, digital biographical plaques, and audio guides for rent, are available to them. Measures have been taken to facilitate access, including a permanent ramp at the entrance and a lift platform to access the side aisles of the nave. However, please note that access to the crypt is challenging for individuals with reduced mobility due to a spiral or monumental staircase, making this area inaccessible to wheelchair users.

Temporary Exhibitions at the Panthéon in Paris

"We Could be Heroes" by Raphaël Barontin: from October 19, 2023, to February 11, 2024.

The Panthéon will soon host an exceptional exhibition titled "We Could be Heroes" by artist Raphaël Barontini, organized by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux. This exhibition, part of the "one artist, one monument" program, offers the artist carte blanche, promising a unique artistic experience at the heart of this iconic monument.

A Bit of History

In 1744, King Louis XV vowed to dedicate a prestigious building to Geneviève, the patron saint of Paris, a project entrusted to the architect Soufflot. In 1791, the monument was transformed into the National Panthéon, and Victor Hugo was buried there in 1885. Voltaire, Emile Zola, and Marie Curie would follow. From a church to a Republican Temple, the Panthéon has always remained a symbol, a sanctuary dedicated to great men.

Come and See the Earth Turn!

In the nave of the Panthéon, you'll find a replica of the Foucault Pendulum. In 1851, Foucault aimed to popularize science and demonstrate to the general public the Galilean principle that the Earth rotates on its axis and around the sun. The principle is simple: suspend a 40-kilogram sphere at the end of a 67-meter long piano wire and set it swinging on a fixed axis. You'll discover that with each swing, the pendulum doesn't return to its original position but slightly to the left. The pendulum is fixed; it's the Earth that is turning!

Did You Know?

Marie Curie, Nobel Prize winner in Chemistry for her work on polonium and radium, was interred in the Panthéon in 1995. To avoid radiation exposure, her coffin is lined with multiple layers of lead. Her body is exceptionally well-preserved due to the radiation she was exposed to during her lifetime.


Customer Reviews

4.8/538 reviews

Philip J.
A french history lessen not just for the french……
February 11th 2024
A magnificent building with a history to match. Being able to visit the tombs of such luminaries as Marie Curie and Victor Hugo was a humbling experience. Seeing Foucault’s pendulum was interesting and one in the eye for flat earthers!! All in all it was worth a visit.
Ian G.
February 5th 2024
Stately building, interesting history, crossing religious and secular; the contrast between the powerful contemporary slavery exhibition and the 19th-century romantic background of republican France was telling.
Haoyu Z.
January 23rd 2024
very good
Paul E.
December 11th 2023
Very interesting and not too busy.
Claire M.
September 30th 2023
Walked right in past the line. Saved at least an hour of waiting. Liked flexibility of no date or time stamp.
June 27th 2023
Timely delivered
Sandra B.
June 17th 2023
The cathedral is beautiful, so much history and the architectural design is amazing.
Kelly H.
April 24th 2023
Great experience! High recommendation
Yolanda H.
Published over a year ago
Amazing place with beautiful and extremely well preserved wall paintings.


Place du Panthéon
75005 Paris
Parking lot
Soufflot, 19 Rue Soufflot - 75005 Paris
Public transportation

Common questions

What are the prices for visiting the Panthéon in Paris?

The price of the Pantheon visit is € 11.50 for adults over 18 years old.

What are the visiting hours of the Panthéon in Paris?

In high season (July to September), the monument is open every day of the week from 10:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. In low season (October to March), the Pantheon is open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. From April to June, the doors are open between 10 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.

What are the days when the Panthéon de Paris is closed?

The Pantheon closes on January 1, May 1, November 1 and 11, as well as December 25.

What are the conditions to benefit from free admission to the Panthéon in Paris?

Like all the monuments managed by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux, entry to the Pantheon is free for children under 18, EU citizens 18-25 years old or non-European regular residents, disabled people and a accompanying person.

Is the Panthéon de Paris free on the first Sunday of the month?

The Pantheon is a public monument. Access is free on the first Sunday but only in low season from January 1 to March 31 and from November 1 to December 31.

Is the Pantheon accessible to people with reduced mobility?

A visit to the Pantheon is suitable for people with reduced mobility, with easy access via a ramp. However, the crypt and the dome do not have a ramp and require the use of stairs.

What is the address of the Panthéon in Paris?

The Panthéon is located Place du Panthéon, 75005 Paris on the Sainte-Geneviève mountain, accessible by metro Line 10, RER B as well as buses (lines 21, 27, 38, 82, 84, 85 and 89).

Is there a parking lot next to the Panthéon in Paris?

It is possible to come to the Pantheon by car. However, remember that you are in central Paris and the traffic is not easy. The closest car park will be Parking Indigo Paris Soufflot-Panthéon, 22 rue Soufflot open 24 hours a day, next to the Jardin du Luxembourg.

What to do in the Panthéon district in Paris?

The Pantheon is literally located in the heart of the Latin Quarter of Paris in the fifth arrondissement, the Sorbonne district located equidistant from the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Seine and the Jardin des Plantes. From the Pantheon you are less than 10 minutes walk from the arenas of Lutèce, the Luxembourg Gardens, the Zadkine Museum, the National Museum of the Middle Ages (Musée Cluny), less than 15 minutes from the Grande Galerie de l'Evolution, from the forecourt of Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, on the Île Saint-Louis or the Institut du Monde Arabe. The Île de la Cité, its Boulevard du Palais with the Sainte-Chapelle and the Conciergerie but also the Vedettes du Pont-Neuf are less than a 20-minute walk away. For the more athletic, to the south, allow 30 minutes to reach Place Denfert-Rochereau and the Paris Catacombs.

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