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We were a little afraid that the gardens would be a bit tired at the end of September but they were really glorious! If you are in the area, you must stop. If you are near enough to make a visit, you must stop. In...More
I took my 13 year old son here for a day trip and it was an amazing day. We caught the train from Paris (st Lazare) - I bought tickets online in advance which made the journey simpler. We used the bus service from the...More
Walk through Monet's Gardens and his house. You can see his paintings come to life before your eyes. Giverny is also a charming little village to walk around in. It can get crowded since it is a very popular attraction. Be patient and wait for...More
We caught the TGV train from Gare St Lazare Paris to Vernon ( 40 minutes) and then the shuttle bus to Giverney. The shuttle bus costs 5 euro each way.
We spent a very long time in the queue waiting to purchase a ticket for...More
A dream came true on a beautiful and sunny day as we visited the incredible Monet’s Garden. I had set my expectations for a late summer visit but was totally delighted to see row after row of gorgeous flowers in all the colors blooming profusely....More
This was my third trip to the house and gardens and I would come again. I spent two days taking in the gorgeous flowers, the changing light, and the hordes of tourists. This place is pretty magical, even though at times it gets too crowded....More
Monet’s Garden is one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. There are actually two gardens separated by a tunnel. The first is close to his house. It is rows of flowers impeccably maintained and rich in variety and color. Then you go to...More
If you plan to drive to Mont. St. Michel, it will be perfect to stop at Giverny first. There are two gardens within the Foundation, and the lower one - lily pond and bamboos were Monet’s recreation of Japanese garden.
We prepared our own lunch...More
We really enjoyed seeing the house and gardens, despite the crowds. The gardens near the house were dahlia heaven! You can get good photographs of the weeping willows and water lilies if you are patient.