The Pantheon in Rome reopens to the public on Tuesday 9 June following the closure of three months due to Italy’s coronavirus emergency.

Visitors will be required to wear masks and have their temperature measured before entry, with visitor numbers controlled. The Pantheon, Italy’s top tourist site, attracted around 9 million visitors in 2019, and entry is free.

The much-anticipated reopening of the Pantheon – closed since 8 March – comes after other major sites in Rome including the Colosseum, Vatican Museums, and Galleria Borghese reopened to visitors in recent days.

The National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia also reopens on 9 June, followed three days later with the reopening of Italy’s National Galleries of Ancient Art at Palazzo Barberini and Galleria Corsini on 11 June.