Venture through the mystical gardens that inspired Monet
Giverny - Claude Monet’s Home and Gardens by Picster Jimster
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Giverny - Claude Monet’s Home and Gardens

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Enjoy an afternoon visit to Claude Monet’s home and gardens


  • Transportation by coach
  • Claude Monet’s Home and Gardens
  • Free Time Included


  • Guided Tour
  • Admissions


  • Transportation to Central Paris Departure Point Near Louvre Museum
  • Food and Beverages
  • Hotel Transportation

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Jul 18 2017
it's not ParisVision's fault, but Giverny has become a real zoo since our last visit a few years ago.
Feb 17 2016
Loved seeing the home and wandering the grounds and the waterlily pond.
Feb 16 2016
It was very, very crowded. I would not recommend it because it was not enjoyable with so many people walking round that pond. And going into the house was even worse. Another thing is that there isn't enough washrooms for the crowds that go to the home and gardens. The washroom situation was disgusting. I found it hard to believe that there were so few washroom facilities and no toilet paper and the floors were wet. I would not go there again.
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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 a 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.

Guided visits in English at each departure.
Guided visits in Spanish every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon.
Guided visits in Portuguese every Tuesday and Friday afternoon.
Guided visits in Chinese every Friday afternoon / Wednesday morning.
Guided visits in French every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoon / Monday and Sunday morning.