The property where Claude Monet, father of Impressionism, lived from 1883 to 1926 has had its garden restored to its original condition.
Vibrant colours, paintings and flowers, this unique place is the gateway to the gardens of Normandy. Renowned for its water garden, its pond, its water lilies and its famous Japanese footbridge, Claude Monet's garden reveals all its secrets. It can be visited all year round. In spring, tulips are awaiting. They are then replaced by irises, and then by roses in June... it's a permanent outburst of colours. Continue your visit in the colourful house... Impressive!!!
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