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Monet’s Garden at Giverny

Monet’s Garden is located in Giverny, France – about fifty miles west of Paris in the Eure Department in Normandy. Although there is no train service that goes directly to Giverny village, train service is available from Gare St. Lazare in Paris to Vernon. Take the Rouen-bound train and get off at Vernon. The train trip takes 45 minutes. Be sure to allow ample time for the rest of your trip between Vernon and Giverny which is approximately four miles from Vernon.

At Vernon, you can either take a local bus, rent a bicycle (Cafe du Chemin de Fer), hire a taxi – or walk. If you decide to walk or bike, bring along a picnic to enjoy along the way.

>> Find detailed information about getting from Paris to Monet’s Garden, including by train, bus, and car.

Local Bus Service Info
Line 240 Vernon to Giverny
Transport du Val de Seine
Tel 02 32 54 57 78

Museum Open Hours
The gardens are closed on Mondays with the exception of Mondays that fall on certain bank holidays.
The gardens are closed during the winter months November 1st to March 31st.

Admission Fees
5.50 Euros for Adults and Seniors
4.00 Euros for gardens only
4.00 Euros for Students (up to age 25)
3.00 Euros for Children under 12 Years
3.00 Euros for the Disabled.
Free for children under 7 Years

84, rue Claude Monet
27620 – Giverny – FRANCE

Tel : 02 32 51 28 21
Fax : 02 32 51 54 18
E-mail :

Garden Layout