Claude Monet's Garden

Giverny
Normandy
Great Outdoors

Take a wander through Claude Monet's spectacular gardens where he painted many of his most famous works. Strolling through the famous Japanese garden with its water bridge and waterlilies floating in the pond, Monet's gardens are a relaxing and peaceful spot where you can admire some beautiful horticulture that once inspired a master. You can also visit Monet's house which contains reproductions of many of his most famous paintings and his huge personal collection of Japanese prints.

Places to visit nearby

Giverny in Normandy is a picturesque village that captured the heart of Monet, becoming his home town and inspiring many of his most famous works.

Rouen in Normandy is the region's former capital and has a distinguished history involving such figures as Richard the Lionheart, William the Conqueror and Joan of Arc.

Versailles in Ile de France is the home of one of France's most famous and spectacular monuments - the Palace of Versailles.

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