Claude Monet’s house et gardens in Giverny to reopen in May

Published by Cécile D. · Published on 1 May 2021 at 09h24
The Fondation Claude Monet à Giverny expects you from May 19, 2021 to enjoy its new cultural season. The house and gardens of the impressionist master open up again to the public for wonderful strolls in the footsteps of Monet.

You will find them within 100 kilometers from Paris! Famous painter and artist Claude Monet’s gardens and home are soon to reopen! You only have to wait until May 19, 2021 to be able to visit the artist's studio and house, as well as the famous gardens he painted every single flower from. Originally scheduled on April 1, the reopening has been postponed and is subject to the health situation and upcoming governmental decisions.

After closing for months because of the coronavirus epidemic, visitors are then able to go back and enjoy the gardens the impressionist painter has painted so many times. 

The foundation announced the place will reopen in May depending on "new official decisions". We will be delighted to meet with this magical place again this spring as the flowers will bloom and display wonderful colors and trees will be adorned with their seasonal coat.

Gardeners keep on taking good care of Claude Monet's oh-so dear gardens. The foundation assures you can expect a wonderful show for the reopening. For this new 2021 season, the place will evolve over the course of the months, colors and plants will follow one another to spark always renewed amazement.

In the meantime, you can still enjoy a digital tour of the foundation. And as soon as sunny and warm days are back, you can walk around Monet's gardens and feel like you have always been there.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
On 19 May 2021



    Fondation Claude Monet
    27620 Giverny

    - de 7 ans: Free
    étudiants: €6.5
    adulte: €11

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