Maison et Jardins de Claude Monet

Claude Monet, Rue Claude Monet, Les Anjoux, Giverny, Les Andelys, Eure, Normandy, Metropolitan France, 27620, France 0 Reviews


Monet’s home throughout the previous 43 years of his life is currently a wonderful house-exhibition hall. His pastel-pink house and Water Lily studio remain on the fringe of the Clos Normand, with its evenly spread out nurseries overflowing with blossoms. Monet purchased the Jardin d’Eau (Water Garden) in 1895 and set about making his brand name lily lake, just as the renowned Japanese scaffold (since reconstructed).

Hung with purple wisteria, the Japanese extension mixes into the hilter kilter forefront and foundation, making the private air for which the ‘painter of light’ was famous.

Seasons enormously affect Giverny. From right on time to pre-summer, daffodils, tulips, rhododendrons, wisteria and irises show up, trailed by poppies and lilies. By June, nasturtiums, roses and sweet peas are in bloom. Around September, there are dahlias, sunflowers and hollyhocks.

Consolidated tickets with Paris’ Musée Marmottan Monet cost €21.50/14 for each grown-up/youngster, and joined grown-up tickets with Paris’ Musée de l’Orangerie cost €18.50.