a wonderful building in Giverny, it used to be a place where American painters used to come and paint following the tradition of Monet. it has change a lot since the days I visited first in the 90's.
Schedule of hours ,open March 29 to October 31 this year every day from 10h to 18h, it is open on holidays too; the galleries closed from July 3 to 12 this year except the expo on Claude Monet
admission is 7€ adults and then you can use combination with the museum in Vernon and the house of Claude Monet.
you get here by car best of course, well it was only an hour from me. the train line from Paris gare Saint-Lazare to Rouen, stops at Vernon (about 5 km) ,then taxis ,bus or bicycles rentals are possible
the buses is done by Transport Vallée de Seine :tel 0 800 27 27 00
The museum was founded by Daniel J. Terra in 1992,as the musée d’art américain Giverny ,and this is what I saw. then in 2009, a partnership between the Terra Foundation for American Art, the Conseil général de l’Eure, also of the dept of Seine-Maritime,of the region of Haute-Normandie, the agglomeration of towns that form the communities of Vernon and the city of Vernon, as well as the Paris musée d’Orsay,gave birth to the current museum of impressionnismes Giverny.
as you can see by the dates, the museum is now close but will reopen on 28 march to 29 june 2014 with the exposition, L’Impressionnisme et les Américains. fitting.
While driving along D65 from Jumieges to Honfleur, we passed the little town of Aizier (pop. 104) with an old 12C church that had a n equally old bell tower
Driving to this hotel was like driving in the centre of London in rush hour, gps was totally useless...more
123, rue Claude Monet, Giverny, 27620, France
Good for: Solo
Route du Havre, Etretat, Haute-Normandie, 76790, France
Good for: Solo