Giverny et les jardins de Claude Monet (Groupes)
Museum Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883. Although he never encouraged artists to follow him, the village quickly attracted a circle of Americans eager to apply Impressionist principles at the heart of the Normandy countryside.
12h00 : Lunch in Giverny
14h00 : Free visit to Claude Monet’s home and gardens
The painter’s property houses a valuable collection of sumptuous prints while the Norman enclosure and water garden, of oriental inspiration, irresistibly evoke the impressionist era.
17h00 : End of programme
40 pers : From 62€ per person
50 pers : From 62€ per person
Consult us : For smaller groups
Groups : Valid from April to October
T1, T2, T3 - Station Cathédrale
Station - Théatre des Arts