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Giverny with Claude Monet's Home & Gardens Tour

Giverny with Claude Monet's Home & Gardens Tour
Venture through the mystical gardens that inspired Monet
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Enjoy a trip from Paris to the Giverny countryside to Claude Monet's 19th century home and gardens with the famous Japanese bridge

5 hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Experience the world of Claude Monet
  • Tour the Clos Normand & Japanese Water Gardens
  • Explore Monet's studio
  • Immerse yourself in Claude Monet’s home and gardens

Includes

  • Guided Tour
  • Admissions
  • Transportation by coach

  • Gratuities
  • Food and Beverages

Please Note

  • Guided tours are not permitted inside Monet's house due to the lack of space
  • Transportation is from Central Paris Departure Point and not hotel

From US$96

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Departure Location & Details
Check in: 7:45am
Departure: 8:15am
Location: Gray Line/PARISCityVISION Agency 2 rue des Pyramides, Paris 75001, near the Louvre Museum
Metro lines: 1, 7, or 14 – Stop Tuileries, Pyramides, or Palais Royal

Return Location & Details
Time: 1:15pm (approx.)
Location: Gray Line/PARISCityVISION Agency 2 rue des Pyramides, Paris 75001, near the Louvre Museum
Metro lines: 1, 7, or 14 – Stop Tuileries, Pyramides, or Palais Royal

Tour Overview
Enjoy a half-day excursion from Paris to visit Claude Monet’s home and gardens with a professional guide and immerse yourself in the world of the painter. Your visit will also include the beautiful water lily pond, with its play of colors and Monet's legendary Japanese-inspired bridge.

Admire the lush green landscapes of the French countryside as you travel by luxury air-conditioned coach to the small Normandy village of Giverny, where Claude Monet lived for 43 years. The trip will take approximately one and a half hours.

As you visit the gardens at Giverny, you will see the central pathway leading up to the house, bordered by different varieties of nasturtiums and roses, as well as the multicolored flower beds full of tulips, narcissi, daffodils, irises and peonies. Stroll through the Clos Normand Flower Garden until you reach the lavish water garden, famous for its water lilies, weeping willows and green-painted Japanese Bridge.

Take the opportunity to explore Monet's pink-plastered house where you will discover the blue reading room and Claude Monet's studio. Visit the sunny yellow dining room, where you can admire one of the most important collections of Japanese prints in the world.

At the end of your visit, take advantage of the village and the quaint gift and book shop; it is housed in what was once the studio where Monet painted the huge Water Lilies canvases.

Languages Schedule
English - Daily
Spanish - Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturday afternoons.
Portuguese - Tuesdays, Fridays
Chinese - Friday afternoons, Wednesday mornings
French - Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturday afternoons, Monday & Sunday mornings
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4.3 / 5   overall customer review rating
Mr Galen Griffin
Jul 18 2017
it's not ParisVision's fault, but Giverny has become a real zoo since our last visit a few years ago.
a Gray Line customer
Feb 17 2016
Loved seeing the home and wandering the grounds and the waterlily pond.
Ursula
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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