About The Tour
Visit the splendid home of Claude Monet in Giverny. Monet came to live here in 1883 after noticing the spot from a train window. The house and gardens have been wonderfully restored. Discover the famous Japanese bridge covered with wisterias in the exquisite water garden and marvel at the many symmetries, perspectives and colours. The water gardens were the inspiration for Monet for more than 20 years. You will also visit inside the charming pink and green cottage that was his home and the studio from where he created many of his famous impressionist works.
Please note - Giverny is open to visitors from March to November. Please add £20 for collection from a Paris train station