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The Musée des impressionnismes Giverny is not only a home for the great artists of Impressionism but also a destination for plant and nature lovers. In the impressively designed garden, over 22,000 plants can be discovered.
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From Paris: Guided Day Trip to Monet's Garden in Giverny
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4 tips for visiting the Musée des impressionnismes Giverny

Gardens of Giverny | Photo: Unsplash, Ricardo Isotton
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Stroll through the gardenThe generous garden is designed in sections of different colors and themes. There are numerous places that invite you to admire and linger. Take your time and enjoy the unique atmosphere!
Bee at work | Photo: Unsplash, Krzysztof Niewolny
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Stop byIn the middle of the museum garden, you will find the restaurant La Brasserie des Artistes. Here you can enjoy a selection of dishes or your afternoon coffee with a view of the flora and the splendor of the flowers.
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Find out in advance about temporary exhibitionsSince the museum opens its doors for special exhibitions and at certain times, it makes sense to inform yourself here before your visit. Maybe you're planning your visit on the first Sunday of the month? Then the entrance is free.
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Extend your visitGiverny is located in the beautiful Normandie and therefore has much more to offer. Book a tour and check out Monet's House, the Fondation Monet in Giverny, or the medieval city of Rouen as part of your visit. Normandy will enchant you!
Take your time | Photo: Unsplash, Liza Rusalskaya

Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny - Nature meets Art

The Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny was initially opened in 1911 as the American Art Museum. In 1992, the architect Philippe Robert was commissioned to transform the historic building into a new museum. Around the gallery that houses the artists of Impressionism, there is a 2.5 hectare impressive garden on the premises, inviting you to marvel and linger.

Nature-oriented architecture

The commission given to Robert Philippe was not only to redesign the museum, but especially to embed it into the surrounding landscape in a way that the architecture remains almost invisible. Since the nature around the museum is laid out in carefully planned terraces, the architect also designed the museum so that it seamlessly integrates into the terrace landscape from above.

The garden

The Museum's garden, growing since 1992, houses over 22,000 plants in all conceivable colors and shapes. It is the result of collaboration between the museum's architect, Philippe Robert, and the American landscape architect Mark Rudkin, who is known for his outstanding work in the gardens of the Palais Royal. Especially impressive is the blaze of color between April and October.

Great Artists

The Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny in its gallery offers changing exhibitions. In addition to general themes like Flower Power or Impressionism and the sea, individual exhibitions are also dedicated to the great artists of Impressionism, such as Monet or Renoir.

Diligent little bees

To make a statement about biodiversity and to preserve species diversity, bees were settled in the Museum's garden in April 2023. The diligent insects take on the important task of pollinating the numerous fruit trees and flowering plants. Maybe you can snag a jar of honey in the shop during your visit?

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the museum accessible for people with disabilities?

The entire museum is accessible to people with disabilities. Wheelchairs can be borrowed for free after prior reservation. Read more.

Can I visit the museum with my toddler?

Strollers are not allowed in the museum's gallery. However, you can borrow a buggy for free - but you need to reserve it in advance. Read more.

May I bring my dog?

Dogs are not allowed in either the museum or the gardens. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny opens its doors for a specific period per exhibition. The days it is open vary and can be checked on the museum's website calendar. It is open from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on these days, with the last admission possible at 5:30 pm.

address

Musée des impressionnismes Giverny
99 rue Claude Monet
27620 Giverny

tickets

Admission prices vary depending on the exhibition.
On the first Sunday of the month, admission is free for all visitors.
On other days, there are discounts for students, disabled pass holders, and individuals of certain professions. A valid ID must be presented.

how to get there

The museum is well accessible by public transport. The train line Paris Saint-Lazare - Rouen stops at the station Vernon-Giverny, which is about 6 km from the museum, where you can switch to shuttle buses or take a taxi. Those who are more athletic can rent a bicycle at the station and ride along the bicycle route Seine à Vélo to the museum.
The museum also offers a free parking lot for cars and buses.
Hannah Gottlieb-Kettl
Written byHannah Gottlieb-KettlHannah is an enthusiastic globetrotter. Her love of discovering new places has taken her to almost every continent on our planet. Hannah now shares this great passion with the world as a content creator. In her writing, she provides impressive insights and combines her travel experiences with lots of useful tips.
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