The church of Notre-Dame de Vétheuil is a monument dedicated to the nativity of the Holy Virgin. It was classified as a historical monument in 1845. 23 objects are also classified.
The impressionist painters often represented it, in particular Claude Monet who stayed several years in Vétheuil where he painted many paintings representing the church.
These paintings are exhibited in museums all over the world (Berlin, Rotterdam, Zurich, Toronto, Boston, Moscow, Chicago, New York, Melbourne, ...) and in France (Musée d'Orsay, Marmottan, Lyon, Lille, Rouen, ...), giving this site an international reputation. Many art lovers want to know the original.
The church is often visited: to admire its architecture but also for the richness of its exceptional heritage: altarpiece, statuary, paintings, murals and art objects.

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