Where Impressionism where born
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In 1883, the Impressionist painter Claude Monet rented a house in the small village of Giverny and worked there until his death.
Both his house and garden have become monuments to him. The house, known as the Foundation Claude Monet, is decorated in the color schemes that Monet most admired. The gardens are divided into two parts – a brightly-colored flower garden and the water garden with its famous Japanese bridge, subjects of many of Monet’s paintings.
The Museum of Impressionism is also located in Giverny. It features many of the well-known paintings of this 19th-century art movement.
- Luxury Mercedes Class E or Class V
- An English speaking Chauffeur-Guide
- Ticketed reservations in advance
- English speaking Licensed Guides when required
Either morning or afternoon
EACH TOUR CAN BE CUSTOMIZED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS.