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Giverny And Monet


Giverny And Monet - the gardens



Discover the house and gardens of one of the most famous Impressionist painters, Monet, in the quaint charming town of Giverny, and see how he got all his inspiration.



Claude Monet is one of the most famous Impressionist painters of all time. His painting “Impression, Sunrise” even gave the name to the artistic current…

He lived in a town not too far away from Paris called Giverny, and owned a small house and a big garden there. Our Giverny and Monet tour will take you into the footsteps of the painter in order to understand where he got all his inspiration.

Our chauffeur and private fully licensed guide will be waiting for you in the hotel lobby. Hop into the mini van and head out  to the charming town of Giverny (approx. 1 hour drive). Once arrived, it is time to visit Monet’s house and gardens, the highlight of the visit.

Your children are in for a lot of fun, as they will be given a game booklet full of riddles and questions waiting to be answered. With copies of some of the most famous works by Monet in hand, they will have to guess where  Monet was sitting more than 100 years ago in order to paint these masterpieces.

After a quick visit to Monet’s tomb and a brief glimpse of the town of Giverny, our chauffeur will drive you back to Paris.

Our cultural and interactive Giverny and Monet tour is the best and most child-friendly way to discover the life and times of Claude Monet.


Key Benefits:Giverny And Monet - the house S

  • A private round trip transfer in a Mercedes V-class minivan
  • A private and fully certified guide who knows how to keep the children engaged
  • Skip-the line tickets to Monet’s house and gardens
  • A game booket for each child


Price per family (6 people max)


Book this activity

Duration of the activity 5 hours
Minimum age 7 years
Restrictions Open only from April 1st to October 31st
What is included:

– A private transfer

– A private guide

– Skip the line tickets to Monet’s house and gardens