Duration of the tour:
Maximum group size:
From 2 to 25 people
Private tour price:
From 360 euros
Entrance tickets price:
11 euros per adult
Learn more about Claude Monet!
What could be a better way to know someone than to go to his place? By discovering the house and gardens of Claude Monet, you can immerge in his daily life, and understand why he loved this place so much.
First, you will discover the Japanese garden where Monet painted the water lilies (also known as Les Nymphéas in French) and the Japanese bridge. You will continue towards the “Clos Normand”, or “Flower garden”, and the house, still furnished with original pieces.
Finally, do not miss the chance to stroll in this charming village, going towards the museum of Impressionism's garden, and Monet's tomb.
This private tour will give you a great opportunity to learn about the daily life of Claude Monet, his paintings and his role in the impressionist group of painters.
Why do I love leading this tour to Giverny?
"Claude Monet's paintings are amongst the most famous ones for the impressionist period, but what I really like here is to walk in his beautiful gardens, changing every season, to appreciate the world of Monet as a gardener".
I would recommend using a private driver to get to Giverny. However, it is possible to get there by train, using a shuttle to get from Vernon to Auvers. Please contact me so that I can give you a precise itinerary for your tour.
This tour is not wheelchair-friendly, due to staircases in the house and due to the narrow paths in the gardens. If you can't walk much, please contact me so that I can arrange a tour for you.
The Gardens and House of Monet are opened every day, from April to October only.
Tickets are 11 euros for adults, and 6,50 euros for kids.
Skip-the-line tickets can be bought online (and it is better to do so, because there is usually a very long line in summer).
This tour can be combined with another half day tour in Versailles, to admire very different "French style gardens", or in Auvers-sur-Oise, to discover the life of Vincent Van Gogh.