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Audio Guided Day Tour - Orsay Museum and Giverny

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Do not miss a thing about Impressionist masterpieces with this Audioguided tour !

Highlights

  • Uncover treasured works of Impressionist art at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris
  • Do not miss any masterpiece and make your own way among the collection with your own map, at your own pace.
  • Discover the fascinating history behind the exhibitions with your personal audio guide
  • Transportation by coach to Giverny
  • Claude Monet’s Home and Gardens
  • Free Time Included

Inclusions

  • Entrance to the Orsay Museum
  • Audio guide available in 4 languages French, English, Spanish, German
  • Map including tour itineraries and visiting advice for the Orsay Museum
  • Transport from ou Agency to Giverny

Exclusions

  • Food and Beverage

Please Note

  • Walking tour on your own
  • A deposit of EUR 32 per audio guide is required before the beginning of the tour. You will receive the deposit back upon returning the audio guides after the visit of the Orsay Museum.
  • This tour is not suitable for people with reduced mobility

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ITINERARY

After collecting your audio guide at our agency, head to the Orsay Museum with the help of your visitor map. Skip the line entrance and enjoy a visit at your own pace around the collections.

The museum holds mainly French art dating back to 1848 to 1915, including paintings, sculptures, furniture and photography. It houses the largest collection of impressionists and post-impressionists masterpieces in the world, including Degas’s ‘Small Dancer Aged Fourteen’, Manet’s ‘Luncheon on the Grass’, Renoir’s ‘Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette’ and many more artists as Cézanne, Van Gogh or Gauguin.

Get the most of this visit with our handy route map that will suggest a possible itinerary to help you organize your tour. The audio guide offers recorded commentaries in 4 different languages, packed with information and anecdotes to help you get a better experience to understand the history and significance of some of the greatest works.

Enjoy an afternoon visit to Claude Monet’s home and gardens. Inspired by the beauty and peace of the colorful Giverny countryside, Monet settled here in 1883 and stayed for the rest of his life.

You’ll be treated to an audio-guided tour of Monet’s exquisite flower gardens with their famous Japanese bridge. Then enjoy free time to explore Monet’s home and former studio. Spend the rest of the afternoon shopping or take a stroll to the Museum of American Art.

Audio-guided visit available in English, French, German, Spanish.
Tour ends at our agency.
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