To mark the 2019 season, the Claude Monet Foundation re-opened the artist’s house and gardens on 22th March. The Claude Monet house and gardens, which constitute one of the undisputable sites of Impressionism in Normandy, have remained just the way they were since the artist’s death in 1883. Wander through the gardens of the Norman Patch (le Clos Normand) or stroll through the Water Garden where you can admire the famous water-lilies which Claude Monet had so much affection for. As the seasons pass by, the garden changes offering variety and shades of colour which differ from one blossom to the next.

Visiting Claude Monet’s house takes us back in time, back to the period when the artist resided in Giverny. As you proceed through the rooms from the workshop through to his wife, Blanche Hoschedé-Monet‘s bedroom  you can still feel the  very strong presence of the artist, thanks to the way the furniture and decoration which his private life was made up of have been left exactly the way they were at the time.

2017 Events Agenda

Coming soon..


Practical information

The Claude Monet Foundation is open every day from 22th March to 1st November (included) from 9.30a.m until 6p.m – last admission: 5.30p.m

2017 Admission for the House and Gardens

Adults: 9.50 €
Students and children over 7 years: 5.50 €
Children under 7 years: Free
Disabled persons: 4 €

Contact details

The Claude Monet Foundation (Fondation Claude Monet)
84 rue Claude Monet 27620 Giverny
Tel: 02 32 51 28 21