It's official: as of May 2, admission to the Pantheon will be charged.


The news is official: starting May 2, admission to the Pantheon in Rome will be charged. Changes to the access agreement signed this morning.

The official date was given today: as of May 2, 2018, admission to the Pantheon in Rome will be charged. The changes to the agreement that regulates access to the complex were signed this morning in Rome by the Director General of Museums of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Antonio Lampis, and Monsignor Angelo Frigerio, vicar general of the Military Ordinariate for Italy (the ecclesiastical body in charge of the Pantheon church), in the presence of Minister Dario Franceschini and the vicar for the diocese of Rome, Angelo De Donatis.

The entrance fee to the Pantheon will cost 2 euros and will be used by the ministry to promote the enhancement and protection of the monument, to meet maintenance costs and to ensure greater security during the visit. Instead, access for worship and religious activities will continue to remain free. MiBACT will be responsible for providing visitors with information on the suspension of visits during religious activities planned by the ecclesiastical authority.

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It's official: as of May 2, admission to the Pantheon will be charged.
It's official: as of May 2, admission to the Pantheon will be charged.


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