Claude Monet’s house and gardens in Giverny are the second most visited tourist attraction in Normandy, France, and attract visitors from around the world between 1 April and 1 November. This page provides useful information to plan your visit.
Restored in the late 1970s, the Giverny house and gardens were Claude Monet’s private sanctuary from 1883 to 1926. Permeated with memories of yesteryear, the pink rendered building and the flower gardens have been perfectly restored to immerse visitors in the artist and gardener’s home setting.
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