Small group tour of Claude Monet’s House and Gardens from Paris. Experience the lush natural beauty that inspired Monet.
- Discover the unparalleled beauty of the home and gardens of Claude Monet
- Explore where he lived and painted for the last 40 years of his life
- Visit the interior of Monet’s former home
- Stroll through two distinctly unique gardens
Discover the unparalleled beauty of the House and Gardens of Claude Monet, where he spent the last 40 years of his life living and painting. Visit his home’s interior, then walk through two distinctive gardens designed by the artist himself.
Join our half-day trip from Paris and see a hundred different kinds of flowers and leaves intertwining to create the living masterpiece of Monet. Then, when you visit the Japanese garden, you’ll feel like you’ve entered one of his paintings. You will know why Monet used this garden as the inspiration for more than 250 of his paintings by seeing the lake full of water lilies.
Because the famed impressionist painter Claude Monet moved in this little village in Normandy, it became famous all over the world. During the trip, you will visit his residence, which is surrounded by greenery and where he keeps his stuff, and you will learn a lot of interesting facts about the artist’s personal background.
Fans of Claude Monet are surely aware that his garden has been dubbed the most significant masterpiece in all of his work by art historians and specialists. This garden can be found in Normandy, 65 kilometers west of Paris, on the way to Rouen. This journey is recommended for both youngsters and adults.
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