Full Day Tour of Giverny Monet’s Gardens and the Impressionisms Museum from Paris

4/5 (2 reviews)
  • Description

Go on a day-trip to discover Claude Monet visiting on your own the picturesque village of Giverny, its wonderful gardens and the Impressionisms Museum.

You will get to our Louvre agency at 7:45am before boarding an air-conditioned coach to leave at 8.15am for an art theme tour.

You’ll enjoy seeing the Norman countryside and its typical little villages on the way.You will be arriving at the Claude Monet Foundation in Giverny at around 9:30-10am, where you will start your getaway by walking in the Claude Monet’s gardens, one of the painter’s sources of inspiration. You’ll gaze at the wide variety of Oriental flowers, the wonderful paths, the flower beds beautifully flowered with a thousand of colors. You will stroll through the water garden with its famous Japanese bridge, sheltering the lily ponds that inspired Claude Monet for one of its most famous paintings, the “Nymphéas” (Water Lilies). 

You will then discover Claude Monet’s house, in which he lived with his family for 43 years. You will immerse yourself in the artist’s daily life by crossing the blue sitting room, the dining room and his studio, that were completely refurbished.

Monet's House
Monet's House

You will continue your day by visiting the Impressionisms Museum where you will discover the birth of that art movement, its origins illustrated by exceptional works of art. You will walk around this little museum, that perfectly fits in the Norman nature and the garden, which was classified as a “Remarkable Gardens of France”. 

In the middle of the afternoon, you will be invited at the “Au Coin du P’aintre” bakery for a gourmet snack break. This home-made little shop is a few meters away from the painter’s grave and the Sainte-Radegonde Church, so, you can easily walk around the village and enjoy your last moments in Giverny. 

Our bus will be waiting for you at 5pm at the meeting point for your return to Paris. The tour will end at our Louvre agency around 6:15-6:45pm. 

The price includes:

  • Priority access ticket to the Impressionisms Museum
  • Entrance ticket to the Claude Monet Foundation 
  • Gourmet break
  • Round trip transportation on an air-conditioned coach
  • Giverny map with visit itineraries advice

The price does not include:

  • Lunch 

Information about the Voucher: 

 You will receive your confirmation and your tour voucher by email. Please present it (on paper or your smartphone) to the PARISCityVISION Louvre agency upon the departure. 

  • Duration 10:30 hour(s)
  • Highlights
  • Visit Claude Monet’s house and magnificent gardens totally on your own
  • Discover the Impressionisms Museum and its beautiful paintings
  • Enjoy a gourmet break in an authentic bakery
  • Immerse yourself in Claude Monet’s impressionist universe
  • Take a walk in the lovely and picturesque village of Giverny 

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2 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris
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  • Customer reviews
Number of reviews : 2
Average rating : 3.5 /5
It was nice having the whole day. Finished everything by 3 though but didn't leave until 5pm. Wish there was an option to include an audio guide. Lunch is not included but there is an included snack at 3-3:30 at a little cafe. Loved seeing all the flowers in bloom.
The tour itinerary itself was really great. However, the tour guide appeared very stressed and conveyed very confusing and misguided information. Lots of people on the bus said they were very confused. There were obviously a number of different groups who all took the same bus and instead of making it simple and explaining to each group what the plan was, she would tell the whole bus information that was not relevant to each person. Perhaps by sitting people attending the same tour in a particular section of the bus and speaking to them directly, people would have been less confused.