Opening times

On opening days, the museum is open from 10am to 6pm (last entry 5:30pm).

One-off closure: the museum will be hosting the 4th edition of the Giverny CSR Forum on 2 September 2022, and so it will be closed to visitors.

The museum is open on public holidays (excluding 25 December and 1 January). 

All services at Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny can be contacted throughout the year via email (group bookings, guided tours, seminars, communication, etc.)

Please use our contact form.

Planning your visit

Here is some useful information to ensure you have an enjoyable visit to Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny.

COVID-19

For health reasons, and in accordance with government guidelines, the following precautions apply to any visit to Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny:

For health reasons, and in accordance with government guidelines, the following precautions apply to any visit to Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny:

  • To guarantee access to the museum whilst limiting the total number of visitors, you can purchase a dated and timed ticket online (available from mid-February for the Monet/Rothko exhibition).
  • It is recommanded for rvery visitor over 6 years old to wear a mask.
  • Visitors follow a signposted route through the museum and garden to minimise contact with others.

For more information, please visit the Government website: www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus/pass-sanitaire

French Security Alert System (Vigipirate)

Due to the current level of the French Security Alert System (attack alert/alerte attentat), visitors may not bring suitcases (including cabin bags) or large bags into the museum.

The museum’s security staff may take any measures it deems necessary without prior notice.

Visitor comfort

You must follow instructions during the pandemic.

Baby carriers are not allowed in the galleries, but the museum can lend you a pushchair (reservation required).

The entire museum (including the toilets) is accessible to people with reduced mobility. The museum is able to lend wheelchairs to visitors (reservation required).

To protect the artwork, you must not eat or drink in the museum.

Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny has received the “Normandy Quality Tourism” certification, and adheres to its visitor care initiative. It must meet the legal requirements of this certification, notably in terms of health, safety and accessibility for disabled visitors.

How to get to the museum

How do I get to Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny?

There are several transport options to get to the museum

By car

  • A13 (access via Porte de Saint-Cloud), exit n°14 or 16, towards Vernon then Giverny.
  • A14 (access via Porte Maillot then La Défense) which joins the A13, towards Vernon then Giverny.
  • A86 / A15 / N14 (access via Porte de la Chapelle), towards Vernon then Giverny.

Car parks (800 spaces) are free in Giverny for buses and cars. They can be accessed via Chemin du Roy (follow the road signs).

The car parks are unattended.

By public transport

Vernon-Giverny train station is on the “Paris Saint-Lazare – Rouen” line. Vernon-Giverny train station is 7 kilometres from the museum. To see train timetables, please visit the TER Normandie website (SNCF).

Paris Saint-Lazare > Vernon-Giverny: 45 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes

Rouen-Rive-Droite > Vernon-Giverny: 45 minutes to 1 hour 15 minutes

Taxis, shuttle buses (for timetables, please visit the Seine Normandie Agglomération transport network website) and bicycle rental services are available at the train station.

Accessibility

How do I get to Musée des impressionnismes Giverny?

Access to culture is a fundamental human right. Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny is committed to supporting visitors with disabilities, and arranges specific visits and tools.

Support for visitors with motor disabilities

Musée des impressionnismes Giverny, the restaurant, garden, shop and auditorium are fully accessible to wheelchair users.

Support for visitors with visual impairments

The museum offers an exhibition tour accompanied by a specialist tour guide. This descriptive and tactile tour is tailored to people with visual impairments, allowing these visitors to feel and dream about the artwork on display.         

  • Admission fees: €6 per person for the Monet/Rothko exhibition and €4.50 per person for the Summer of the Collection exhibition (companion may enter for free for both exhibitions).
  • Guided tour (for a group): 50

Depending on guide availability, information Monday to Friday at 02 32 51 93 99.

Tour booklets printed in a large font are available to help people with visual impairments. They can be collected free-of-charge from the museum reception.

Guide dogs are permitted in the museum.

Support for visitors with hearing impairments

Magnetic loops to listen to the exhibition audio guide are available at the reception at no extra cost.

Audio guide price: €4