Immersive Yoga Class @ Monet's Garden
The immersive yoga class will be a 60-minute Slow Flow Vinyasa open to everyone of all experience levels. We will combine music, breath, and movement so the outside world fades away and you're immersed in the present moment and art of Monet.
Tickets include the yoga class and access to Monet's Garden Immersive Experience. Ticket price $50 includes yoga class and access to exhibit
The immersive experience
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.
November 1, 2022 - April 16, 2023
30 Wall Street (between Nassau Street and William Street)
10005 New York, NY
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – 11am to 7pm
Thursday – 11am to 8pm
Friday & Saturday – 10am to 9pm
Sunday – 10am to 7pm
Last entrance is 1 hour prior to close.
A successful symbiosis
The artist's great works in an immersive experiential journey
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.
1 | The studio
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.
NBC-TV, November 2022
“One of the hottest tickets in town promises to surround the audience with art.”
Pix11, November 2022
“Monet’s central themes of light, shadow, wind, and the element of water as a reflective surface are integrated and woven into visual poetry with the use of state-of-the-art technology.”
Time Out, November 2022
“A multisensory experience that puts visitors as close to inside his iconic flower paintings as possible.”
Associated Press, September 2022
“Idyllic gardens, serene sunsets by the bay, and iconic landscapes that often feel so tranquil, you could walk right through them.”
Newsweek, November 2022
“Picture of the Day.“
Are Monet's paintings on display?
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.
How long is the experience?
The duration of your visit is up to you, but plan on 60-70 minutes. The focus of the exhibition is the immersive show experience, which lasts 45 minutes.
Where is Monet's Garden located?
Monet's Garden is located in the Seamen's Bank Building at 30 Wall Street between Nassau Street and William Street in downtown Manhattan, New York City.
How do I get to Monet's Garden?
Monet's Garden is easily accessible via public transportation:
Subway: Wall St – 2, 3; Broad St - J; Fulton St - A, C, J, 2, 3, 4, 5
Paid Parking locations near 30 Wall St
Icon Parking – 45 Wall St
Icon Parking – 15 William Street
67 Wall St Garage
How much are tickets?
Off Peak (Mon, Tues, Wed & Thurs):
- Adult: $35 ($38.11 including Sales tax)
- Child (6-16): $25 ($27.22 including Sales tax)
- Student ID (16-21): $28 ($30.48 including Sales tax)
- FLEX Entry (anytime that day): $45 ($48.99 including Sales tax)
Peak (Fri, Sat and Sun):
- Adult: $39 ($42.46 including Sales tax)
- Child (6-16): $26 ($28.31 including Sales tax)
- FLEX Entry (anytime that day): $47 ($51.17 including Sales tax)
All tickets subject to a $4.00 ticketing fee + 3% credit card charge – No cash transactions
Children 5 years and younger enter the show for free and do not require a ticket when accompanying an adult with a ticket.
Box Office Operating Hours:
Monday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Tuesday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Wednesday: 10 AM - 6 PM
Thursday: 10 AM - 8 PM
Friday: 10 AM - 9 PM
Saturday: 10 AM - 9 PM
Sunday: 10 AM - 7 PM
Once e-tix are processed there are no refunds or exchanges
Please arrive on time
Last entry is one hour prior to close
Where do I purchase tickets?
You can purchase tickets online:
ARE GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE?
There are group discounts available for groups of 10 or more visitors. for requests, please email
We look forward to hosting your group at MONET’S GARDEN!
Can I purchase tickets at the venue?
Yes. Though advance purchase ensures timed entry.
What is a time slot?
Tickets are sold with a specific entry time in 15 minute blocks. For example, if you purchased a ticket for 11am-11:30am, this is your window to enter the exhibit. Once inside, you can stay as long as you'd like.
What are the COVID safety guidelines?
Masks are optional but strongly encouraged. Vaccination status will not be checked. High touch surfaces are continually cleaned throughout the day in accordance with CDC recommendations. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the space.
By entering Monet's Garden, you acknowledge that the below statements are true the day of your visit:
- I have not tested positive for COVID-19 through a diagnostic test in the past ten (10) days.
- I am not and have not recently experienced (within the last 48 hours) any new or worsening symptoms of COVID-19.
- I have not had close contact or proximate contact with any person(s) confirmed with a diagnostic test or suspected based on symptoms, to have COVID-19 within the past ten (10) days.
As Monet's Garden continues to monitor the status of COVID-19, guidelines are subject to change to ensure the health and safety of all patrons and staff.
What is the age recommendation?
Monet's Garden is recommended for children aged 6 and older. Children under 6 do not require a ticket. Please note the exhibition has sound and light effects and is not suitable for infants.
Can I take photographs? What are the guidelines?
Yes! We hope you will take advantage of our numerous Instagrammable moments and post them using the hashtag #MonetsGarden. Please note that flash photography and tripods/monopods are not permitted. Please be careful not to disturb the other guests. You are welcome to photograph and film and share everything for your private use, e.g. on your social channels. Commercial use of photographs is not permitted.
Are pets permitted?
Only accredited service animals are permitted at Monet's Garden.
Can I bring a stroller? Is there stroller parking?
Monet's Garden is recommended for children aged 6 and older. Children 5 years and younger do not require a ticket. Please note the exhibition has sound and light effects and is not suitable for infants. Strollers are permitted in the exhibition, there will be no coat check.
Is Monet's Garden suitable for those with sensory sensitivies?
This exhibition contains moving immersive projections and some strobe effects that could impact people with autism or motion sickness.
Can you eat or drink in the exhibit?
Only water may be consumed in the venue. No food is permitted.
Is Monet's Garden wheelchair accessible?
Are group discounts available?
There are group discounts available for groups of 10 or more visitors. for requests, please email email@example.com.
Gild Hall, a Thompson hotel, is a Lower Manhattan original. The 130-room hotel opened in 2008 on historic Gold Street and has endured as a neighborhood cornerstone, where longtime staff engage guests with genuine warmth and consummate service. Gild Hall is within walking distance of Monet Garden Exhibit on Wall Street, as well as One World Trade and the revitalized Seaport District.