HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TOUR :
- See one of the most iconic site in Normandy: Giverny for its beauty that inspired so many of Claude Monets paintings!
- Learn from a local professional guide : Being experts in their areas of history studied and very passionate story tellers makes our guides real assets. All our guides are professional with a professional guide license.
- Hotel Pick up & Drop off included
- A small group tour : Individual attention and quality time with your guide are guaranteed.
- Skip-the-Line access: Thanks to our partnership with the Foundation Monet, you have direct access to the gardens.
- Monets Home: Visit the painter's house where he lived with his big family. The yellow dining room, his first workshop and the kitchen are especially memorable.
- The Flower Garden: At any time of the year, find the flower landscapes dear to the impressionist master.
- The Water Garden: Main subject of painting at the end of his life, Monet liked to spend time there and observe the variations of light and the reflections of his garden on the pond, famous for water lilies..
- The Japanese Bridge: See the famous little green bridge crossing his pond with your own eyes.
- Comfortable A/C Van
Discover the secrets of one of the founders of Impressionism, Claude Monet. Leader of the artistic movement of the 19th century, he breathed with a modern edge on academic representation to introduce it more perception, emotion, and light. The painter devoted almost forty years to create one of his bGare de l|est works, his property in Giverny.
Le Clos Normand
The gardener artist labored here to turn a simple Norman orchard in a lavish garden with thousands of colors: Japanese cherry trees, nasturtium parterre of tulips, roses, every season of his fire-colored fireworks.
The Water Garden
Stroll through the romantic water garden, where we find the Japanese bridge, the wisteria, the famous lily pond, weeping willows and irises.
Visit the charming pink house where the master family atmosphere reigned. Immerse yourself in the daily life of the artist surrounded by his eight children: the reading room, the grocery store, room, office, dining room, and attractive kitchen. Admire his collection of Japanese prints, another source of inspiration.
Finally, end by the large workshop which saw the birth of the famous paintings of water lilies. Today some of these paintings can be contemplated at the Orangerie Museum in Paris.