Worth a look when in Rome
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Symbol Cane
Getting to the Pantheon may be a bit tricky for some as the streets around it are cobbled. However once you are there you'll find that it is fully accessible.
Transport & Parking
You can get accessible public transport that stops close to here. A lot more on Rome's buses are now accessible. There are parking areas close to here, but I'm not sure how many are disabled parking bays.
The building has smooth marble floors and ramped access at the front so should be find for all wheelchair and powerchair users.
I don't think there are any toilets at this venue.
I didn't encounter any staff at this venue.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
There are a lot of restaurants around this area so it's worth exploring here when you want to go for something to eat too.