School groups, teachers

In accordance with the French government guidelines in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic in France, the opening of the musée des impressionnismes Giverny and its exhibition "Plein air. From Corot to Monet" is postponed until further notice. Ticket sales are suspended.


Booking is compulsory to help us spread out groups and ensure a comfortable visit.
The group service is at your disposal all year round from Monday to Friday.

Guided tour

Museum lecturers make school groups discover a selection of artworks throug a lively guided tour.
School tours can be in English (please request it when booking your visit).
Number of pupils: 15 pupils minimum / 30 pupils at the most (25 pupils at the most for nursery schools)
Fees: €3 per pupil
Free for accompanying adults (one chaperone for eight pupils)
Additional chaperone: €5
Duration: about 1h30


Art workshops are available in addition to the visit of the exhibitions. They offer an experience of outdoor painting in the garden of the museum. Pupils will make 3 or 4 paintings representing landscapes, gardens and flowers, using finger painting technique in the museum garden.
In case of bad weather conditions,the workshop takes place indoors. As a result, the theme is liable to change.
Number of pupils: 15 pupils minimum / 30 pupils at the most
Fee: €100 per workshop (including art material)
Duration: 1h30

Teacher pack

To help teachers prepare their visit, a fully illustrated teacher pack including a presentation of the exhibition is sent to teachers who have made a reservation.
You can find other topics to explore in the teacher packs of the past exhibitions. You can download them in the "Teacher packs" heading on this page.

Teachers meetings

To help teachers get an overview of the museum and discover its exhibitions program, we invite them at several meetings (only in French).
In 2020:
- Wednesday 1 April
- Wednesday 8 April
at 2:30pm

- Presentation of the exhibitions
- Presentation of the activities for school groups
- Guided tour of the exhibition

Admission to these meetings is free, but teachers have to make a reservation by sending an email to Charlotte Guimier from the Group service: