Access Card welcomes New Provider: The Pantheon

We are pleased to welcome The Pantheon to our list of Providers, after it received great feedback from one of our cardholders.

An Access Card Holder said:

“Just came back from Rome and the Pantheon let us go straight in without queuing “

Access Card with appropriate symbols recognised to avoid queues at busier times.

The Pantheon was believed to be built by Marcus Agrippa between 25-27 BC based on the inscription at the front of the façade that says “M.AGRIPPA.L.F.COS.TERTIVM.FECIT” which means “Marco Agrippa, son of Lucio, consulate for the third time, built”. Further excavation and study, however, has found evidence that the current Pantheon is not the original.

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