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Giverny and Vernon

In the Heart of Impressionism

Travel Guide by Givernet
Non-for-profit Organisation
Giverny Impressionism Museum
Vernon museum

Our Organisation welcomes you in Giverny,
home village of painter Claude Monet,
in the town of Vernon,
and in their surroundings.

We are located in the North-West of France,
80 km West from Paris, in Normandy.

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Giverny Monet's House and Gardens

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Discover:

Gardens
Museums
Castles
Mills
Archeologicals sites
Painters
Attractions
Family friendly places

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Claude Monet, the painter who founded the Impressionist school lived in Giverny for 43 years.

His house and his gardenthe village of Giverny and its surroundings, were his subject matter and they still attract half a million visitors each year from all over the world, as well as painters, charmed by the unique light of the Seine Valley.

And this little spot in Normandy has much more to offer. Its history dates back to the paleolithic period, and the area abounds in archeological sites, prestigious castles, mysterious mills, wonderful gardens and rich museums.

The Seine Valley is also turned to the future : the rocket engines of the European launcher Ariane are produced in Vernon.

Claude Monet
Claude Monet
by Edouard Manet
1874 DR

Vernon Church by Claude Monet
"By the river at Vernon" by Claude Monet 1883

Who is this guide for ?

This guide presents a selection of cultural and touristic resources located in Giverny, in Vernon or in their surroundings. You'll get practical information to organise your visit.

Whether you are a tour operator, keen on art, history, botany or just fond of this spot, you will find inexhaustible resources in this area.

Who writes this guide ?

This guide is provided by GiVerNet, a non-for-profit organisation dedicated to promoting cultural, artistic, touristic and cybernetic activities of the Seine Valley.

This website is unofficial. It is not related to Giverny or Vernon townships communications as mentionned in our legal notice.

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