Claude Monet’s house et gardens in Giverny to close

Published by Cécile D. · Published on 29 October 2020 at 15h39 · Updated on 1 November 2020 at 16h14
France is back into lockdown. It is now time for the Fondation Claude Monet à Giverny to announce the closure of the museum because of the current health situation.
Following the implementation of a new lockdown, the Fondation Claude Monet-Giverny announces the closure of the house and gardens starting October 29, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. E-tickets for October 30 and November 1, 2020 will be refunded. The foundation expects us all for the soon reopening on April 1, 2021.

You will find then within 100 kilometers from Paris! Famous painter and artist Claude Monet’s gardens and home are soon to reopen! This Wednesday May 27, the Fondation Claude Monet announced in a release published on Facebook that they were allowed to welcome visitors again starting from June 8th.

After closing for weeks because of the coronavirus epidemic, visitors are then able to go back and enjoy the gardens the impressionist painter has painted so many times. On the occasion, new rules have been set up and must be upheld by the public.

No group will be allowed for visits. Visitors must purchase tickets online. Facemasks are compulsory within the Giverny site and hand sanitizer will be available. Moreover, the park will welcome visitors every day from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

A string of measures has been adopted by other parks and museums as soon as they reopened. The Atelier des Lumières, the parc animalier des Pyrénées, the zoo de Beauval…. Containment exit goes on gradually and French are now able to enjoy outdoor entertainments again. So, wait no more and book if you want to get away near Paris.

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