Giverny is a small village on the border of Normandy most famous for being the site of Claude Monets cherished riverside house and garden, both of which are open to the public today. The pastel pink house is pretty as a picture, with spring green shutters and ivy crawling up every surface. And the gardens are like an impressionist painting come to life, with water lilies, weeping willows, wisterias, and the famous green Japanese bridge.
Giverny, France - Location of Monet's Home and Garden. The French Town Of Giverny Located 80 km West from Paris France in the village of Giverny, 4 km from the town of Vernon, Claude Monet (1840-1926) House and Gardens are now open to visitors.