The Pantheon is up there amongst the Colosseum and Palatine Hill as one of the most famous and recognisable images of Ancient Rome preserved in the modern city. This magnificent structure was originally built by the Ancient Romans as a temple in 125 AD, undergoing later conversion into the Church of Santa Maria ad Martyres. The Pantheon is special as it is the most complete remaining building dating back to Ancient Rome and has been incredibly well preserved throughout thousands of years. The exquisite state of the building is enough to transport your students back through time to envision this building and its surroundings at their grandest, during the peak of the Roman Empire and is a perfect visual aid to the understanding of this period. As a spectator to thousands of years of the city’s history the pantheon has gone on to become one of Rome’s most spectacular sights and is a truly unique and exciting visit, we definitely recommend to any group visiting this great city.