1) Claude Monet’s Garden
When talking about beauty and gardens, there is no better place to start than with one of the most famous gardens in the art world. Claude Monet drew inspiration from his garden in Germany for many paintings. His waterlilies series is perhaps the most well-known. When you reach the curved bridge in the garden, you will instantly recognize it.
While the planting isn’t as clever or dramatic as other gardens on this list, it is still beautiful. The soft flowerbeds and weeping willows add to the gentle atmosphere. You are transported back to the late 19th century when Monet sat there capturing the beauty on canvas. Perhaps you will inspired to create your own.