Day Trip to Monet's Garden: $225/person
The master of impressionism Claude Monet spent the final 43 years of his life (from 1883 to 1926) in his much celebrated and charming house in Giverny, Normandy, which has now been transformed into a museum. Declared a historic monument, this house welcomes 500,000 visitors each year.

The visitor gets to know a little more about the artist and his family in this very well conserved romantic house, surrounded by trees and flowers, and illuminated by his impressionist touch. There one will find his workshop-living room, corridors, several apartments and his family kitchen, filled with brass cooking pots and blue tiles, his furniture and Japanese embossments being a source of inspiration in his paintings.

Outside, the water garden allows you to enter in the aesthetic and plant filled universe of Monet, with its wisteria, azaleas, roses and peonies. There is a pond, a Japanese bridge, weeping willows and of course the water lilies that he immortalised in his art. Giverny is an enchantment, a true living painting in which one can wander around. This is a natural masterpiece saved from degrading thanks to American patrons

Visit the beautiful home and garden that inspired the master of Impressionism, Claude Monet, on a half-day tour from Paris. The tour takes in Monet's restored home, garden and workshop at Giverny, where the famous Impressionist artist lived from 1883 to 1926. A particular highlight is the water-lily pond with its famous Japanese bridge which featured in many of Monet's masterpieces.

Departure Point:
Central Paris. The closest metro stations are Tuileries, Palais Royal or Pyramides (Line 1, 7, 14).
Departure Time:
Monday - Saturday: 1:45pm
Sunday: 8:15am
5 hours (approx.)
Return details:
Returns to original departure point