Things to see and do - Giverny
Giverny Travel guide
Giverny : Michelin's recommendations
Claude Monet lived in this village from 1883 to his death in 1926, and is buried here. A veritable artistic colonisation ensued! This is where he painted the vast canvases of the Waterlilies which can be seen at the Orangerie museum in Paris, as well as at the Marmottan Museum. His pink house with its green shutters and delicious garden seem to transplant the visitor into the painter's finest works.
Tourist attractions Giverny : Things to see and do
99 r. Claude-Monet F - 27620 Giverny
Some paintings from the Terra Museum of American Art's Collections in Chicago represent American art. Views of Giverny as early as 1880 by Louis Ritter, Théodore Wendel, Willard Metcalf, etc. are exhibited here. Works by transition artists, such as L..
84 r. Claude-Monet F - 27620 Giverny
This house contains some reproductions and the collection of Japanese prints (18C and 19C) gathered by Monet. The garden, which changes with the season, includes a «Norman enclosure» which replaces the very flowered one painted by Monet. On the other..
1 rue du Milieu F - 27620 Giverny
Located in Giverny, Le Jardin des Plumes offers art-déco furniture, a garden and a terrace. Monet’s house and gardens are only 500 metres from the hotel. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV, wardrobe, desk, telephone and heating, while the suite has ..
123 rue Claude Monet F - 27620 Giverny
Offering a restaurant, Hotel Restaurant La Musardiere is located in Giverny, just 200 metres from the House of Monet. It offers free Wi-Fi internet access and a terrace. Rooms here will provide you with a flat-screen TV and satellite channels. Featu..
1 r. du Milieu F - 27620 Giverny
Eric Guérin's love of nature has already come to our attention at Saint Joachim. This new venture in Giverny features new visual and taste sensations inspired by this stronghold of Impressionism. What's more, the delightful 1912 house, a mixture of A..