Monets GardenStockholm


Monet's Garden

The immersive art experience MONET’S GARDEN is a fantastic 360-degree journey through the history and works of one of the greatest artists of the past century!

The unique exhibition concept is staged with state-of-the-art multimedia technology, which allows visitors to immerse themselves completely in the world and famous artworks of the Impressionist painter Claude Monet (1840-1926).

Elaborate installations and projections, combined with music, create rushing worlds of color and make the paintings come alive and tangible in a way never seen before. For the viewer, illusions transform into reality.



2023-10-06 – 2024-01-21


By Sjöhistoriska
Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 14, 115 27 Stockholm

Opening Hours

Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm Fridays & Saturdays: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm Sundays: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

The entrance closes one hour before the exhibition's closing time.


To create the best experience possible, you not only book the day but also the time you want to visit Monet's Garden.

The time on your ticket indicates your entrance time. You then have 30 minutes to enter. Once inside, you can stay as long as the exhibition is open.

For increased flexibility, you can also purchase a Flex Ticket or Superflex Ticket.

More Information

Under "FAQ" on the website, you can find more information about the exhibition and the experience.


To fully immerse themselves in the world of the French painter, visitors are guided through three experience rooms.

Each room is a highlight on its own and provides the traveler not only with an insight, but also with new experiences and new perspectives on Monet's life, his work and his masterpieces.


The first stop on the tour is the studio of the founder of Impressionism, the place where his great works were created. Monet's blindness (1922) and the destruction of his paintings (1925) provide the setting for an in-depth look at his already eventful life and development.

A new perspective on the artist's work is offered, immersing the audience not only in his paintings, but also in his perceptions, techniques and ways of conceiving his art. Monet's central themes of light, shadow, wind, and the element of water as a reflective surface are integrated and woven into an overall poetic concept through state-of-the-art technology.

2 | The garden

From the studio, the tour moves on to the staging of Monet's garden, the world-famous garden landscape in Giverny in Normandy. Here, real and digital perception merge, so that the visitor is literally drawn into Monet's garden by the interactive installation. Just as in Monet's paintings, the entire space here glows with vibrant and organic color particles. This extraordinary garden landscape inspires the visitor to take a short stroll across the bridge and invites him to linger. The wall projections change interactively with the visitors - an experience that is both physical and poetic.

3 | The showroom

In the showroom that follows, the visitors can then fully immerse themselves in Monet's world-famous paintings, in order to truly experience them and dive into the poetry of world-famous masterpieces such as: "The Cape of la Héve - at Low Tide," "The Lady in the Green Dress" or "The Studio Boat."

The water lily paintings, the culmination of Monet's creative work, are presented as the finale of the story and the spirit of the great master of the Impressionism.

The entire room becomes a gigantic water lily pond, creating the illusion of an endless whole. The visitor is immersed in the paintings, immersed in light and sound and becomes part of the scenery – the artworks interact with the viewer and art becomes poetry.

Café Monet

Main dishes:
- Today's soup with flavored oil, crunch & bread
- Tarte flambee (french pizza) with creme fraiche, portobello mushrooms, truffle cream & black kale
- Tarte flambee (french pizza) with creme fraiche, goat cheese, honey, figs & hazelnuts
- Croque monsieur with side salad

Small dishes:
- Sourdough toast with comté cheese
- Grilled croissant with comté cheese
- Baguette with various toppings

- Waffle with jam & fresh berries
- Crème brûlée
- Lemon tartlette
- Croissant
- Pain au chocolat
- Chips
- Nuts
- Pastries
- Bun
- Cookies


- Soda
- Juice
- Coffee/tea
- Mineral water
- Soft drink


Tuesdays – Thursdays: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Fridays & Saturdays: 10:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sundays: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm


How does time booking work?
To create the best possible experience, we use time slots. You don't just book a day, but also a time for when you want to visit Monet's Garden.

The time on your ticket indicates your entry time to the exhibition. You then have 30 minutes to enter (i.e., a booking for 5:00 pm means you can enter the exhibition anytime between 5:00-5:30 pm). Once inside, you can stay for as long as the exhibition is open.

You can also purchase a flexible ticket, which allows you to choose any time of day you want to visit Monet's Garden. With our Super Flex ticket, you can freely choose both the day and time you want to go.

How does it work?
First, select the day. Then, choose the time. The time indicates when your ticket is valid. You then have 30 minutes to enter. We use this system to avoid crowding and make the experience as good as possible for all visitors.

How much for the tickets?
Adult: 260 SEK
Children (5-15 years old): 195 SEK
Senior: 240 SEK
Student: 240 SEK

Free entry for children under 5 years old.

Family ticket: 830 SEK (4 people, including at least one child under 16 years old)

Prices are dynamic and may vary between days and times. You can also purchase a flexible ticket, which allows you to choose any time of day you want to visit Monet's Garden.

Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets are sold online through Eventim.

Please note that Monet's Garden is an immersive exhibition, which means there are several interactive elements in the exhibition. The sound in the exhibition may by some be regarded as loud, so please keep this in mind if you have sensitivity to high volumes. There are projections of images and moving films throughout the exhibition. We also have a floral scent specially created for the exhibition, that is lightly dispersed throughout the venue. So if you are very sensitive to scents, we want to caution you about this.

Our exhibition is located in a tent, so we want to inform visitors that the temperature may be slightly lower than a typical indoor temperature. We are also highly dependent on the weather and would like those who visit us to keep this in mind.

Follow these steps:
Step 1: Go to and purchase a new ticket for the desired new date. You will receive a new valid ticket with a new order number.

Step 2: Fill out this form

Step 3: Eventim will refund your original booking. The refund will be processed through the payment method you used when making the purchase.

If you show up at a different time slot than the one you have booked, we will try to resolve it as smoothly as possible on-site, and allow you entry outside of your reserved time slot.

Note: If the time slot you show up to is sold out, you will have to wait until the next available time slot before entering.

Monet’s Garden is an immersive experience that uses motifs from Monet’s paintings to create a 360-degree digital experience with moving artwork and enveloping projections. While the actual paintings will not be on display, Monet’s Garden gives visitors the opportunity to explore and interact with Monet’s artwork in brand new ways.

The exhibition takes around 60 minutes to fully experience. But you are free to to stay longer than that.

The video loop in the showroom is 45 minutes long.

By Sjöhistoriska, Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 14, 115 27 Stockholm

We recommend youy to use public transportation or bike..

By bus
Take bus 69 from Centralen, it stops right outside of Sjöhistoriska close to the exhibition.

Note: Sometimes bus 69 takes a different route when there's events in town. Check at that the bus really runs the day you're coming hete.

By foot
Take a walk from Djurgårndsbron along the beautiful Djurgårdsbrunnsviken (approx 15 min).

Plan your route at SL

By car
There's a big parking which charges by the hour during both weekdays and weekends.

Monet’s Garden is recommended for children from 6 years. Free entry for children under 5 years, but the exhibition has light and sound effects not suitable for younger children.

Yes, of course! But it's not allowed to use flashes or tripods, and please show respect to the other visitors when you film/photograph. To post the content in your social medias are more than ok.

The exhibition is very Insta friendly, and when you share your content you can use our hashtag #Monetsgarden.

Commercial use of the images are not permitted.

Your dog is welcome to accompany you into the foyer, where our boutique and Café Monet are located. However, only service dogs on duty are allowed into the actual exhibition area. If asked, you should be able to provide proof that your dog is a service dog.


General questions:

All regarding tickets: | 0771 130 150

Group reservations (more than 20 persons): | 0771 130 150

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