A new season for the Impressionist village of Giverny !

Claude Monet’s village, the second most visited tourist destination in Normandy after the Mont Saint Michel, still has the charm and appeal of its past, with its picturesque streets and its colourful gardens.

Roam the artists’ land and discover the birthplace of the Impressionists with two museums not to be missed:

  • The Giverny Museum of Impressionisms, presenting several exhibitions in 2013.
  • From 29th March to 2nd July – Signac, the colours of water - organised as part of the second edition of the Normandy Impressionist Festival devoted to the theme of water.
  • From 13th July to 31st October – Hiramatsu, The Lily Pond, Homage to Monet - a journey combining tradition and modernity, between Claude Monet and Japanese prints from Hiramatsu.
  • From 29th March to 31st October – About Claude Monet - a new showing of the first acquisitions of the museum completed by works on loan to the museum.

Visit the museum’s Internet site: www.museedesimpressionnismesgiverny.com 

  • The Claude Monet Foundation

Claude Monet lived in his house in Giverny for 43 years, from 1883 to 1926.

As passionate about gardening as he was about colours, he created both his flower garden and his water garden as true works of art.

While walking through his house and gardens, visitors can still feel the atmosphere which reigned at the home of the Master of Impressionism, as they marvel at the floral compositions and the water lilies, his greatest sources of inspiration.

Visit the Foundation’s Internet site: www.fondation-monet.com.

For your visit to Giverny, enjoy lunch at Terra Café, The Giverny Museum of Impressionisms’ restaurant, or try one of our other addresses close to the village.

For any booking at one of our establishments, we also offer fast pass tickets for The Giverny Museum of Impressionisms and The Claude Monet Foundation.

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