From 1883 to 1926, Claude Monet lived at his house in Giverny. The property is a magnificent work of art featuring a colorful home surrounded by flower gardens and water gardens that served as daily inspiration for the artist.
The garden changes continually with the seasons and is a wonderful place to visit throughout the year. We currently aren’t able to visit the property in person because of the ongoing health crisis, but fortunately you can take a virtual tour of the house and view photos and videos of the gardens on the Claude Monet Foundation website.
During the online tour, you can view colorful rooms that are adorned with an extensive collection of Japanese prints, a cheery kitchen featuring blue and white tiles from Rouen, and a salon that contains paintings from every stage of Monet’s life.
A virtual tour of Claude Monet’s Giverny property is one of the most uplifting things you can do while enjoying culture at home.
The Flowering Calendar of Claude Monet’s Garden
The Claude Monet Foundation