Museum of Vernon

Located 5 km (3 miles) away from Giverny, visit a museum that holds many surprises including two original paintings made by Monet. The museum is divided into four themes. The section dedicated to Giverny’s colony of artists displays Impressionist paintings, donated by the artists themselves...

12 rue du Pont

27200 VERNON

Château de Bizy

In Vernon, visit this Classical chateau built in 1740 and inspired by Versailles. Louis XV, the Duke of Penthièvre and King Louis Philippe were among its owners! The visit will take you to the drawing-rooms adorned with carved wood panelling and souvenirs belonging to the...

Avenue du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny

27200 VERNON


Giverny Museum of Impressionism

A must-see in Normandy, this museum will tell you all about Impressionism, a revolutionary artistic movement that challenged conventions. It focuses on its history, its origins, its geographic diversity and its development into other art movements. It deals with Impressionist artists, as well as with...

99 rue Claude Monet




In Les Andelys, between Paris and Rouen, Château Gaillard overlooks one of the most beautiful meanders of the river Seine. Built by Richard the Lionheart in 1198, it barred the river Seine before Rouen to protect the Duchy of Normandy. After the death of Richard...

Chemin de Château-Gaillard



Notre-Dame Collegiate Church

In the heart of Les Andelys, a Norman town built in one of the most beautiful meanders of the river Seine, come and admire Notre-Dame Collegiate Church and travel back in time. Built during the 13th and 14th centuries, extended in the 15th and 16th...

Rue Louis Pasteur


Claude Monet's House and Gardens

A must-see in Normandy, Claude Monet's gardens in Giverny illustrate the intrinsic nature of Impressionism. Vibrant colours, paintings and flowers, this unique place is the gateway to the gardens of Normandy. Renowned for its water garden, its pond, its water lilies and its famous Japanese...

84 rue Claude Monet



Old Watermill

The Watermill, with a vertical wheel, was powered by the flow of the river. In 1204, when Normandy became part of the Crown Lands of France, Vernon lost its military role. Philip II Augustus granted one of his supporters the right to build a watermill...

8 rue Pierre Bonnard

27200 VERNON

Collégiale Notre-Dame de L'Assomption

6 place du Cloître

27440 ECOUIS


Notre-Dame Collegiate Church

Located 75 km (46 miles) away from Paris, in the Seine valley, the town of Vernon showcases Notre Dame Collegiate Church whose construction started at the end of the 11th century. Remodelled over the centuries, it combines different architectural styles: the choir and the transept...

Place Adolphe Barette

27200 VERNON