A day in the life of Van Gogh in Auvers-sur-Oise

An Impressionist hotspot within an hour of Paris
Schedule and booking

All Ages

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Van Gogh, in his world

No scheduled dates.
Guaranteed departure from 8 registered persons.

Price: 55 € per person

Duration: 1 day (9am-5pm)

The landscapes around Auvers sur Oise have always attracted artists deep in Vexin nature park. One of them was Vincent Van Gogh, who spent time here during the end of his life. He may only have spent 70 days in the town but he painted over 70 pieces (including some very famous ones like Portrait of Dr Gachet, The Church at Auvers and Wheatfield with Crows)!
Join us and explore the places that inspired the great artist!

oeuvre de Van gogh

Your schedule:

  1. Visit Château d’Auvers and its grounds
  2. Auberge Ravoux tour (House of Van Gogh)
  3. Absinthe Museum
  4. Picnic (not included) on the Oise riverbanks
  5. Walk Auvers sur Oise, tour of the church and Dr Gachet’s house

Auvers day trip information:

  • Start point: Paris at  –  (you will be informed of the meeting point after booking)
  • Transport: minibus with chauffeur-guide/approx. 1 hour drive
  • Including admission tickets
  • Minibus return journey: Paris at around. 

Not included :

  • Lunch and other meals
  • Purchases, tips and personal expenses 
  • Any tickets not mentioned 

What will you visit during your day trip in Auvers sur Oise?

Explore an Impressionist hotspot

The château. Van Gogh may have made Auvers sur Oise famous but it’s also an Impressionist hotspot. Château d’Auvers sur Oise, which is well worth a visit to explore its grounds and nymphaeum, houses the council’s painting collection and an immersive Impressionist Vision experience showing another side to famous artworks.

Thirsty for more?

Auberge Ravoux or House of Van Gogh.

The house was a regular haunt for countless artists and where Van Gogh lived and died on July 27th 1890. You can see the bedroom where the painter laid his famous pieces.

Absinthe Museum.

The museum next door to the Auberge celebrates the popular spirit that is now illegal because of its psychoactive effects and is believed to have caused Van Gogh psychological issues. 

Auvers town.

Soak up the sights and people that inspired so many paintings by Van Gogh and other Impressionist artiss as you wander the streets dotted with boards so you can compare the art to reality. You can also visit the church (painted by Van Gogh) and Dr Gachet’s house (the doctor who looked after the painter during his stay and inspired famous pieces) which are now museums.  

 

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