Explore the well-preserved interior of the Pantheon with an expert guide.
Founded by Marco Agrippa between 25 and 27 B.C. as a temple to the 12 gods, the building was originally part of a complex created on his property in the Campo Marzio. The building inspired the great artists of the Renaissance and remains one of the greatest architectural masterpieces of antiquity.
On a 45-minute tour, you will learn the history and lesser-known facts about the best-preserved monument in Ancient Rome and you will discover how the Basilica has represented the expression of Rome's glory for over 2,000 years. Find out how a Roman temple became the last resting place for artists and royal families, and admire the immense dome, with a diameter of 43.30 meters, and its famous oculus, that allows natural light to illuminate the beautiful interior.