Duration of the tour:
Maximum group size:
From 2 to 25 people
Private tour price:
From 360 euros
Entrance tickets price:
6 euros per adult
Learn all about Vincent Van Gogh!
Today, Vincent Van Gogh is one of the most famous post-impressionist painters, but it has not been the case when he was alive. His whole life was filled with ups and downs, and he only sold one painting in his entire life...
After living the Netherlands, England, and Belgium, he moved to France: in Montmartre first, then in Arles, in the south of France, and finally, in the charming village of Auvers-sur-Oise. This nice countryside village is where he spent his last few months, and where he died in July 1890.
This village is now filled with memories of Van Gogh: the cemetery when he is buried, the different areas where he liked to paint, the church that he painted, the bedroom that he rented in the Ravoux inn... There is even a small museum dedicated to absinth, this very strong alcohol nicknamed "the green fairy", that Van Gogh drunk (too much!).
Why do I love leading this tour to Auvers?
"The village of Auvers sur Oise is really a great way to escape from Paris, and enjoy taking your time in the countryside. I like how this place didn't become a "Disneyland" about Vincent Van Gogh, but allows you to discover his personality and his life'.
I would recommend using a private driver to get to Auvers. However, it is possible to get there by train, doing some connections. 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 Ravoux house to access the bedroom of Van Gogh, and due to the hilly road to get to the cemetery. If you can't walk much, please contact me so that I can arrange a tour for you.
You can visit the village of Auvers sur Oise all year long, so that you can see the church, the cemetery, the park... But the bedroom of Van Gogh in the Ravoux inn is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, and in winter (from November to March).
Tickets are 6 euros per adult, and 4 euros for kids. Free under 12.
The absinthe museum is only opened on Saturdays and Sundays, or with previous booking. It is closed in winter (from November to March).
Entrance to the museum + Absinthe tasting is 9 euros per adult.