Wouldn’t it be amazing to visit Giverny and see the gardens that Monet designed? Have you been there?
Welcome to a new week! How was your weekend? Ours was a lovely balance of family time, quiet time and social time.
Last week I shared my visit to the New York Botanical Garden with my boys to visit the Haunted Pumpkin Garden. Since we were already there and my 10 year old had studied Monet last year in school, we took advantage of Monet’s Garden, the multi-layered exhibit that will end October 21st.
Inside the Enida A. Haupt Conservatory, one could see the various plantings that Monet grew in his own garden and a replica of the famous Giverny bridge had you doing double takes.
But, it was what lay just outside the Conservatory that really caught my eye. Pools of water lilies…arguably, the most famous of Monet’s subjects.