The Panthéon remains open during the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games

This summer, be sure to visit the Panthéon, emblem of the Latin Quarter and symbol of the Republic! Find out all the information you need to organise your visit.

Vue de la façade principale du Panthéon

Key dates for your visit

Passage of the flame

14 July in the Place du Panthéon.

Panthéon opens at 3:00pm. 


The exhibition "Histoires paralympiques. From sporting integration to social inclusion (1948-2024)", from 11 June to 29 September 2024.

Visits linked to the exhibition

Curatorial visits: Continue with the exhibition "Paralympic Stories. From sporting integration to social inclusion (1948-2024)" with our associated curatorial tours (booking required).

Lecture tours: Take advantage of a tour with a guide by prior arrangement.


Don't miss the exceptional testimonies of athletes and personalities linked to parasport, on 15, 22 June, 20 July and 28 September 2024.


Discover "Möbius Morphosis" by Rachid Ouramdane and Compagnie XY with Chaillot - Théâtre national de la Danse from 16 to 18 July 2024.


Don't miss the performances by the Orchestre chambre de Paris as part of the Cultural Olympiad at 6.30pm and 9pm on 7 September 2024.


Watch Myriam Gourfink's show "RECHE" in September 2024.

All summer long

Except for special events, the monument opens its doors at the usual times, from 10am to 6.30pm (last admission 45 minutes before closing time).

You can find all the opening times on the Practical Information page.

Important: in the event of exceptional and unforeseen closures, please note that individual tickets booked on our e-ticketing service are automatically refunded. You do not need to make a claim online.

Exceptional closures:

  • The first working Monday of each month (opening at 12 noon)
  • 12 July 2024 - monument closed all day
  • 14 July 2024 - monument opens at 3:00pm
  • 15, 16, 17 and 18 July 2024 - monument closes at 5:30pm (last entry 4:45pm)
  • 7 September 2024 - closes at 4.30pm (last entry 3.45pm)

The panorama will not be accessible from July 11 to 19 inclusive.

Le pendule de Foucault will not be visible from July 12 to 19 inclusive.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused. 


Due to high visitor numbers, groups are not permitted on the following dates:

From 11 to 20 July

From 15 to 18 August

For the rest of the period, group bookings are still compulsory.

How do I get to the Panthéon?

By metro

Line 10 - Maubert-Mutualité station

Line 7 - Place Monge station


Line B - Luxembourg station

By bike

Vélib' station N5032 (Panthéon - Valette)

Don't hesitate to consult the interactive map of the Games to find out about Parisian transport traffic in real time.