Leave from central Paris for a half-day tour and explore Monet's home and gardens in Giverny! Visit the site at your own pace with an audioguide.
You'll leave from the Louvre and ride through the verdant countryside to reach Giverny. You'll have two hours to visit Monet’s home, his studio and vibrantly colored gardens.
Claude Monet lived with his family for more than 40 years in this Normand village. Follow in Monet’s footsteps as you visit the house, which includes the “blue sitting room,” his reading room which opens into the “pantry” where he kept tea, oil, spices and eggs. Continue to the dining room, which houses the private apartments and one of the world’s largest Japanese print collections.
The visit continues with a stroll through the luscious Monet garden, which was the main source of inspiration for this indisputable founding father of impressionism.