Monet’s House and Gardens of in Giverny – Private tour

From: 340,00 

  • Only you and your beloved ones!
  • Private tour from 1 to 6 people together (couple, family, friends, colleagues, etc.)
  • Price for the whole group
  • Additional tickets per adults and teens (price calculation will be displayed during the booking process. Don’t forget ID’s for the teens).
  • Skip-the-line access
  • Expert, English-speaking guide
  • Comprehensive tour of Monet’s property, comprising la Maison du Pressoir (or country house), the Clos Normand (or flower garden) and the Japanese garden (or water lily garden).
  • 2 hours at Giverny, starting at 9:30 am
  • Deposit option (50% now, 50% later)
  • The guide accompanies you from and back to your hotel located in Paris, without any extra fee.


Leader of the Impressionist movement, Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883 with the aim of painting “outdoors”. He remained there until his death in 1926. He lived there in a large house, a former apple mill and created the gardens around him. He thus imagined a Norman enclosure, filled with flowers of bright colors, daffodils, tulips, peonies, irises, narcissi, poppies, nasturtiums, and of course roses.

Monet also designed an orientalist water garden, more intimate, with a small Japanese bridge, bamboos, weeping willows, ginkgos and a pond covered with the famous water lilies.

The place is calm and cheerfulness. It is open only when the weather is good, from April to October. This is of course when everything is blooming that it is good to stroll there… Visiting Monet’s gardens give his paintings life and strength. Emotion is great when you imagine the old master pacing the paths of the garden, easel under the arm and brushes in hand.

The house and its park have now become the Claude Monet Foundation. In the city, you can also visit the Museum of Impressionists, and see the tomb of Claude Monet, in the cemetery of the church, where the painter is buried alongside his wife and some of his children.

Additional information

Meeting point/Transfert

The guide accompany you from your hotel in Paris, without any additional fee. We can go to Giverny by taxi, Uber, or private car. Meeting point can be at your hotel in Paris at 8:15 am at the latest. Transfer time to Giverny is never less than 1 hour 15 minutes.

Skip-the-line and refund

Your guide will pre-purchase tickets, so you will avoid the ticket line. For cancellations more than one month before the visit, you will be totally refunded. For cancellations more than 15 days before the date, you will be refunded by 50% for only the portion of your tour without ticket. For cancellations less than 7 days before the visit, no refund. Read more about our refund policies.

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