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Monet: The Immersive Experience Reviews

What people think about our Monet: The Immersive Experience Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

  • Holly H.

    This event was sooooo amazing and well put together! Immersive is an understatement! It was so amazing to feel like you were living in the time and place of Monet. If I could give this more than 5 stars I would.

  • Wesley T.

    The entire experience was terrific! We could take our time and absorb every moment while walking through time enjoying most if not all of Monet's artwork. The garden opened our eyes to what he was seeing while painting; it was so beautiful! The VR experience was the high point of the exhibit and brought the experience together.

  • April D.

    We took all of our employees to Monet after our Christmas office luncheon. The experience was amazing and the staff was professional. Ray in Belfast was very accommodating to our large group and even met us at the end of the experience to make sure we enjoyed ourselves.

  • Jarlon B.

    What a beautiful time! I took my daughter and granddaughter and it was so wonderful to share the experience with three generations of my family! It was a very moving (and emotional) experience. Photos and words just don’t come close to describing the immersion. Very well done! Thank you for a beautiful afternoon.

  • Tammy B.

    Absolutely a beautiful experience! My mother is an artist and this was such a cool thing for her to experience.

  • Dawn C.

    Excellent, fun and engaging. We went to the Van Gogh exhibit last year so definitely wanted to see Monet. The 360 degree display is beautiful and peaceful. Be sure to do the virtual reality journey for an extra $5.

  • Marie A.

    Breathtaking experience! Something you have to see in person to believe it. Venue was very comfortable, staff was very kind and the exhibition was fantastic. Highly recommended!

  • Alejandro B.

    Amazing, everything was great. The people that worked putting everything in place did a great job. The experience itself was very enjoyable. I will go a couple more times :)

  • Michael T.

    I have enjoyed all parts of this and the Van Gogh Immersive Experience - the Virtual Reality is amazing, and I got a kick out of seeing my colored "masterpiece" as if projected onto the wall in the exhibition. I hope to see more of these - I suggest Rembrandt next!!!

  • Sue S.

    This was a birthday gift for my mom (for the lady that has everything she needs) which she enjoyed immensely. We both enjoyed sitting in the immersion room taking in the whole experience. Thank you for a beautiful display of Monet’s works

  • Rakhi V.

    Educational, uplifting, and completely immersive. Do yourself a favor and buy the $5 virtual reality add-on at the end, it'll be the best $5 you've ever spent in Belfast.

  • Jasmine P.

    It was absolutely amazing! Wonderful date night idea. Come photo-ready but also ready to learn and experience Claude Monet life! It’s so beautiful.

  • Gloria M.

    I had seen a number of Monet’s paintings in museums, but I loved seeing them exhibited in a regular room, up close and personal. I could have sat through the breathtaking exhibition of lights and imagery for hours; it was spectacular!

Practical info

  1. Date: From February 2024
  2. Opening hours: (time slots available every half hour and doors close 2 hours after last entry)

    Monday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (last entry)

    Friday: 10 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. (last entry)

    Saturday: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. (last entry)

    Sunday: 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. (last entry)

    Tuesday: Closed

  3. Duration: The visit will take around 90 minutes
  4. Location: Rhode Island Center: 524 Rhode Island Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States
  5. Age requirement: all ages are welcome!

About the Paintings

  • Haystacks (End of Summer) - Claude Monet Exhibit in London

    Haystack at the end of summer 1891

    Haystacks (End of Summer) forms part of a series of over 25 impressionist paintings by Claude Monet from 1890-91. The collection depicts stacks of hay situated in a field just outside his farmhouse in Giverny. Through his choice of color and brush strokes, the paintings demonstrate the visual nuances of the changing light and landscape throughout the day and seasons, in this case, summer of 1891. The series is considered to be one of Monet's most notable works.
  • Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies - Claude Monet Exhibit in London

    Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies 1899

    Painted in 1899, Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies by Claude Monet is renowned as one of the greatest works of the nineteenth century. It features an arched wooden footbridge over a pond covered in floating water lilies and surrounded by lush greenery. Monet’s use of light and color in the landscape and its reflection creates a peaceful, dreamlike atmosphere. The painting is one of many works created by Monet featuring the water lilies in his garden at Giverny, which he perceived as his greatest achievement.
  • Poppy Field - Claude Monet Exhibit in London

    Poppies 1873

    The Poppy Field in Argenteuil, painted by Monet in 1873, is widely regarded as one of the most iconic landscape paintings of the nineteenth century. After his return from the United Kingdom, Monet created this vibrant depiction of a summer's day in the French countryside. The splashes of green, blue, and red, capture the poppies gently moving in the breeze while two figures stroll through fields. Monet’s brushstrokes convey the beauty and simplicity of nature, inviting the viewer to pause and appreciate the simple pleasures of life.

Monet Washington Location

Rhode Island Center

524 Rhode Island Ave NE, Washington, DC, United States. 20002

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