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Half Day Guided Tour of Giverny Monet's Gardens from Paris

  • Duration 5 hour(s)
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  • Tour of the lush gardens at Giverny: the Clos Normand Garden, blooming with flowers, and the Japanese Water Garden
  • Half-day excursion to Giverny from Paris by luxury air-conditioned coach
  • Experience the world of Claude Monet, the most important Impressionist painter, with one of our expert guides
  • Explore Monet's studio and the house he lived in for more than 40 years
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Lilin Tour Guide since 2015 Monet's Garden is a place filled with poetry, and is like a wonderland where people can leave the ordinary behind. The various flowers and plants within the garden compete with one another in splendor, and in the pond one can see Monet's famous water lilies and the Japanese-style arch bridge over the pond. The flowers and plants laid out in order in the Normandy-style flower garden in front of his house are a cavalcade of colors, wherein the greens within reds within yellows came out in the artist's brush. Going down the path, you witness a truly lovely sight! Monet's lily pond is like a Japanese garden, a world where willows and green bamboo, flowers and greenery reflect in the water, and the flowers clustered and hidden under willows among the bamboo evoke universal praise! Standing on the red arch bridge and gazing at this view is a calming experience, and it is not difficult to imagine the scenes of Monet's masterworks in the Orangerie!

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Half Day Guided Tour of Giverny Monet's Gardens from Paris

86,00 € -10% 77,40
Adult 1 x 77,40 € 77,40 €
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Baby 0 x 0,00 € 0,00 €

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Half-day excursion from Paris to visit the house and the gardens of Claude Monet, the well-known Impressionist painter, with a professional guide. Immerse yourself in the world of the painter, famous for his landscape canvases and numerous views of his garden, such as the "Water Lilies," the "Japanese Bridge" and "The Irises." Your visit will also include the beautiful water lily pond, with its play of colors and Monet's legendary Japanese-inspired bridge. Learn about the artist's daily life by visiting his home and his studio.

Giverny's garden

Set off from our agency in Central Paris for a unique excursion in the footsteps of the Impressionist painter Claude Monet. Admire the lush green landscapes of the French countryside as you travel by luxury air-conditioned coach to the small Normandy village of Giverny. The trip will take approximately one and a half hours. The painter and gardener Claude Monet lived there for 43 years, with his family of eight children, from 1883 until his death in 1926.

Passionate about gardening and color variations, he designed his flower garden, fruit tree orchard and water garden as if they were works of art. As you visit the gardens at Giverny, you will see the central pathway leading up to the house, bordered by different varieties of nasturtiums and roses, as well as the multicolored flower beds full of tulips, narcissi, daffodils, irises and peonies. Stroll through the Clos Normand Flower Garden, which is home to many plants of Eastern origins, until you reach the lavish water garden, so famous for its water lilies, weeping willows and green-painted Japanese Bridge (bridges like this are traditionally red in Japan). Be captivated by Giverny's unique atmosphere, its light and the reflection of clouds on the water.

Take the opportunity to explore Monet's pink-plastered house, where he lived and worked for many years (guided tours are not permitted due to the lack of space). Discover the blue reading room, which leads into the larder and Claude Monet's studio, where the doyen of the french impressionists worked until 1889. These rooms, as well as those of his private apartments, have been reconstructed with the original furniture that was already in the house in Monet's day. Visit the sunny yellow dining room, which has been reconstructed down to the very last detail. It was very modern for its time, with earthenware dishes and a kitchen tiled with local blue and white Rouen tiles. In the Dining Room, admire one of the most important collections of Japanese prints in the world.


At the end of your visit, take advantage of the village and the pretty gift and book shop; it is housed in what was once the studio where Monet painted the huge Water Lilies canvases. It stretches for more than 3,200 square feet! The shop offers a wide range of products linked to the Impressionist's work: postcards, posters, teas, books, official Claude Monet tableware, flower seeds and plants.


The price includes:

  • Services of a tour guide
  • Entrance ticket to: Giverny House and Gardens
  • Transport to and from Paris by air-conditioned coach

The price does not include:

  • Transfers to and from your accommodation in Paris

Further information on your confirmation voucher:
You will receive your confirmation and your tour voucher in 2 separate emails. Please bring your tour voucher (printed or on the phone) and present it to the PARISCityVISION office on the day of your departure

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Cancellation Policy
2 calendar days prior service: 50% of tour price (Central European Time) 1 calendar days prior service: 100% of tour price (Central European Time)



2 rue des Pyramides 75001 Paris

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5 hour(s)


Number of reviews :   11
Average rating :   4,5/5 
Tour guide Left us to our own devices upon arrival at gardens. Almost didn't find our way back to the bus.
Way too many visitors to this destination. Needs to be restrictions on numbers admitted. Felt like We were part of a herd of sheep being corralled.
Our guide spoke almost the entire way to Giverny about Monet’s history with the house. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and was very happy to have some free time on our own. I do think the house was too crowded, so I opted out of that, but the grounds were beautiful.
The Sunday afternoon crowds were so dense you could only see 2 of the 3 major attractions: the house, the garden, and the water garden.