Voyageurs à vélo devant l'entrée de la maison de Claude Monet à Giverny © David Darrault - La Seine à Vélo
La Maison de Claude Monet
A pilgrimage to the home of one of Impressionism’s founders
This unique place offers a fabulous introduction to Normandy’s gardens and attracts visitors passionate about painting, flowers and colour more generally. The Jardin de Claude Monet, famed for its water lily ponds, its Japanese bridge and further exuberant features, reveals its many secretive aspects to you. It is open year-round. In spring, the tulip displays stand out. These are followed by irises, then roses in June… but the explosions of joyous colour around the garden continue on. After exploring it, enjoy a tour inside Monet’s colourful home.