Monet's Giverny in the Summer

Giverny France Monet Garden

Let's travel through time and space to the colorful Giverny, France in the summer. Claude Monet made his home at Giverny for over 40 years, until his death in 1926. In the warm season, you can visit his house and studio, as well as the famous flowerbeds and reflecting pond that inspired his sublime paintings.

To visit Giverny in summer is to be face-to-face with brilliantly colored flowers, buzzing bees, blue skies, and floating lily pads (occasionally topped with ducklings). I understood Monet’s paintings in a completely new way after experiencing the colors and sensations that inspired him.

Giverny France Monet Garden Waterlily
Giverny France Monet Garden
Giverny France Monet Garden Flower
Giverny France Monet Garden Pond
Giverny France Monet Garden Frogs
Giverny France Monet Garden Window
Giverny France Monet Garden Waterlily
Giverny France Monet Garden Waterlily
Giverny France Monet Garden Poppy
Giverny France Monet Garden
Giverny France Monet Garden Waterlily
Giverny France Monet Garden
Giverny France Monet Garden Glower
Giverny France Monet Garden Flowers
Giverny France Monet Garden Duckling

Fondation Claude Monet

Address: 84 rue Claude Monet, 27620 Giverny ∣  MétroBy train from Paris  ∣ Opening hoursEvery day from March to November

Giverny France Rue Claude Monet

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