Combined-priority pass tickets musée Marmottan Monet - Monet Foundation, Giverny
Although Paris and the Ile-de-France region were a source of inspiration for Claude Monet, his house in Giverny, where he moved in 1883, was the primary place he lived and worked for more than 40 years. Many of the canvases he painted there are on display at the Marmottan Monet Museum in Paris. The combination ticket is available for purchase at both sites and means you won’t have to queue again when you visit the second one!
The world’s most important Monet collection
The Marmottan holds 94 canvas by the Impressionist master. Bequeathed, for the most part, by the artist’s family after his death, they make up the world’s most important Monet collection. Among the unmissable paintings, don’t miss the iconic Impression, Sunrise (which gave Impressionism its name) and the Water Lilies series. You can see more of Monet’s paintings of water lilies at the Musée de l’Orangerie.
Giverny, a source of inspiration
After admiring the works of the master, head west out of Paris to discover more about his life. Here, you will discover his magnificent house surrounded by its idyllic garden, one of Monet’s richest sources of inspiration. Today, it remains a bucolic paradise, perfect for idle strolling. As you wander the grounds, you’ll find yourself imbued with this unique landscape, where the trees are reflected on the clear water of the pond, interspersed with the mythic lilies.
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