Join an exclusive experience to walk in the footsteps of two of the world’s most iconic painters, Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh, in two beautiful villages, Giverny and Auvers sur Oise.
GIVERNY & MARMOTTAN MUSEUM TOUR
- Adult ages 16+
- Child ages 0-15
Discover the Marmottan Museum on a tour from Paris
From Claude Monet’s pink house and flower gardens in Giverny to his masterpieces, discover the Japanese bridge, the “Water Lillies” and “Impression Sunrise.”
On this small-group half-day trip from Paris, discover one of the most beautiful gardens in France. Your guide meets you at your hotel in Paris. Take aboard a luxury vehicle for a ride around about one hour to Giverny.
The House and Gardens of Claude Monet in Giverny
Uncover the secrets of one of the pillars of Impressionism, Claude Monet. Leader of the pictorial movement of the 19th century, he brought a wind of change to academic representative art, introducing heightened perception, emotions and light. The painter devoted more than forty years of his life to one of his finest masterpieces: his garden in Giverny.
With skip-the-line access, the guide shares the calm and almost otherworldly beauty of Claude Monet’s Home and Gardens. Learn about the famous Impressionist and enjoy exploring inside his colorful home, stroll along the charming paths of his flower garden, and admire the water garden with the little green bridge and lake full of his famous water lilies.
The Clos Normand
The artist and gardener sought to transform a simple orchard into a magnificent, colorful garden: Japanese cherry trees, flowerbeds of nasturtiums, tulips and roses, an explosion of colors for each season.
The Water Garden
Wander through the romantic water garden, with its famous Japanese bridge, the wisterias, the water-lilies pond, the weeping willows and irises… Behold this living picture with its profusion of reflected light and colors.
Visit the master’s charming pink house where a family atmosphere reigned. Discover the painter’s everyday life surrounded by eight children: the drawing room, the pantry, the bedroom, the study, the dining room and the beautiful kitchen… Admire his collection of Japanese prints, another source of inspiration.
End your visit with the big studio where the famous water-lilies paintings saw the light of day. These paintings are exhibited at the Orangerie Museum in Paris. Enjoy the souvenir shop.
Your guide then suggests several different options for a nice lunch in the charming village of Giverny.
Marmottan Monet Museum.
Enjoy a small-group guided visit of the Marmottan Monet Museum in Paris with our professional guide. See the largest collection of Monet paintings in the world: 94 paintings and 29 drawings, including the famous “Water Lillies” and “Impression Sunrise.”
Your guide plunges you into Monet’s universe. Immerse yourself into the emotional power of his art collections. Find out Monet’s masterpieces next to great works by other Impressionist Masters such as Renoir, Gauguin, and Manet, among others.
After the visit, transfer to Paris. Your guide drops you off at your accommodation in Paris.
- Monet’s Home: Visit the painter’s house, the yellow dining room, his first workshop and the kitchen are especially memorable.
- The Flower Garden: At any time of the year, find the flower landscapes dear to the impressionist master.
- The Water Garden: Spend time there and observe the variations of light and the reflections on the pond, famous for water lilies.
- The Japanese Bridge: See the famous little green bridge crossing his pond with your own eyes.
- Discover the biggest collection of Monet’s paintings at the Marmottan Monet Museum.
- Small-group guided half-day trip
- Meeting at Champs Elysées District 69 Avenue Marceau, 75116 PARIS
- Exclusive services
- Licensed professional driver/guide
- Skip-the-line & priority admission tickets
- Transport by luxury A/C minibus
- Please bring a photo ID. Passengers of all ages are accepted in the tour, but at least one adult of age 18+ is required per reservation.
- During transportation, children below the age of 10 must be seated in a child chair by French law.