|Address:||Place du Panthéon, Paris|
|Phone:||+33 1 44 32 18 00|
|Hours:||monday: 10:00–18:30 tuesday: 10:00–18:30 wednesday: 10:00–18:30 thursday: 10:00–18:30 friday: 10:00–18:30 saturday: 10:00–18:30 sunday: 10:00–18:30|
Amazing building, has benches outside to sit and relax. Lovely pubs and restaurants near by. Amazing place to chill out with friends. Haven't been inside the building though as it closes at 1800h
Loved the overall place. Ensure you take the rooftop ticket to see the whole Paris from there. You need good two hours if you want to have a good look. Highly recommended
A very interesting mix of religious and secular French history. This beautiful building began as a cathedral and has been changed into a memorial to French revolution and history. The lower level has crypts of famous French people, including Victor H.. Read more »
Very impressive building which was previously a church. The architecture and the art are very nice. The crypt has many famous French people and facts about their lives.
An impressive display of architecture with a pretty crypt below. Paintings are massive and well done. I recommend something like 30min-1hr here, depending on whether you enjoy dissecting art.
Lots of history, stunning architecture, not super busy. Got to go to the crypt where Marie Curie and Braille are kept. Close to lots of nice restaurants, short walk from the metro. Great place to go to if it rains. There are benches inside if you wan.. Read more »
Loved this!! As part of the many attractions that the Paris Museum Pass offers, this one was pretty cool. It kind of reminded me of Westminster Abbey in that there’s a tomb where all the important French people got buried. Victor Hugo, Marie Curie, a.. Read more »
Breathtaking experience! The audio guide is very detailed, but it was amazing wandering all around the huge area and humbling to go down into the crypt where all the amazing architects of history lay. Almost overwhelming to wander in the footsteps of.. Read more »
Beautiful architecture and building. A great place to visit on a rainy day. Not a wall that is blank. Each wall commemorates some event/person in French history. Also many massive statues.
An impressive building,a lot of important things took place inside and especially the crypts! I shall admit that I' ve found the ticket a little bit overpriced but I understand that the preservation is something that costs.