Monet’s Giverny & Versailles Palace Full-Day Trip from Paris
- See where Claude Monet, the father of Impressionism, lived and worked
- Skip the lines at Versailles and take a tour of the most important rooms
- Enjoy a walk through the gardens of Versailles, among the finest in Europe
Stop at the Monet Foundation for a short introduction to the estate. Take a walk around the lily pad pond and visit the artist’s ivy-clad house.
Take a lunch break in town before the short drive to Versailles, a perfectly preserved example of French royal extravagance.
Skip the lines at Versailles on your guided tour of the rooms where Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette threw lavish soirées. Visit the private royal chambers.
Enjoy a short tour of the gardens and then explore at your leisure. Depending on the day, you may experience the Fountain Show or the Musical Gardens.
- English-speaking tour guide
- Official Versailles English-speaking guide
- Round-trip transportation from Paris by comfortable air-conditioned coach
- Skip-the-line entrance to the Château de Versailles and its gardens
- Entrance ticket to Monet’s house and gardens
- Small-group tour of 25 persons or fewer
- Headsets when appropriate, so you can always hear your guide
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Food and drinks
When you get there
The meeting point is in front of the main entrance to the Architecture Museum at the Palais de Chaillot, 1 Place du Trocadero et du 11 Novembre, 75016 Paris. The building is at the junction of the Place du Trocadero and the Avenue du President Wilson. The entrance faces the road.Open in Google Maps ⟶
• Those using wheelchairs or having impairments requiring special assistance cannot be accommodated on the tour
• Strollers or baby carriages cannot be accommodated on this group tour
• Extra measures may restrict the size of bags that can be brought inside. To avoid disruptions or possible denied entry, it is strongly suggested that you avoid bringing large purses, bags or backpacks on your tour
• Some sites visited lack shade and can be hot under direct sunlight, so a hat, sunscreen and a bottle of water are recommended
• France’s tourist sites are among the most popular in the world. Skip-the-line access and careful planning limit crowd exposure, but please be aware that some locations may be unavoidably busy during standard hours