It is in Giverny, the village chosen by Claude Monet, that we find the Musée des impressionnismes Giverny buried in the heart of Norman nature. Since 2009, his vocation has been to make known the origins, the geographical influence and the development of this artistic current that has upset the history of painting. In this perspective, the museum introduces visitors to the history of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, in France and abroad. Not to mention the influence of the movement on the art of the twentieth century. Two annual exhibitions allow you to admire masterpieces from around the world.