Vietnam is influenced by China in its history, including writing, custom, culture and economy. The museum is a collection of historical events in Da Nang, especially the most important events in modern and modern times. The ancient books are written in Chinese, with notes in modern Vietnamese Latin, making people feel familiar and strange.
It is not far from the cathedral and has three floors. The ventilation is not good, there is no fan and air-conditioning, so the smell is a bit heavy. Especially the basement floor tastes great. The second floor is very shocking, recording the history of the Vietnam War and displaying many weapons and bomb heads at least two meters high. The Da Nang Museum contains many collections and historical photos, which are more bloody and real than those in China, but the museum does not have a Chinese explanation. If there is a Chinese introduction, you can find out if the English is good.
However, the old-style museum, unless you are interested in history, if not, it is quite boring. Admission is so cheap, but the location is next to the exhibition center and the traffic is inconvenient. We went there in 15 minutes and left. If you have a few hours of free time, Da Nang Museum is a good place to visit if you are interested in Vietnamese history and not just the Vietnam War. The museum provides an in-depth understanding of Vietnamese culture, and there are many interesting exhibits there. Compared with other museums, the tickets here are very cheap. It might be a bit hot inside because not all have air conditioning.
The Museum of Danang is located inside Dien Hai Rampart.The museum introduces more than 2,500 items of valuable objects and documents on the subjects of Natural and social history of Da Nang.
Da Nang Museum is an old museum .There, displaying cultural & military artifacts in a modern space..Lot of artifact
We especially like the exquisite sculptures of animals, sacred cows and elephants. They look like they jumped out of the Disney Shrek movie. This is a must visit museum in Vietnam. We stayed here for 1.5 hours. All the exhibits are well arranged. It is worth seeing.
The Champa Sculpture Museum is very modern. It displays the stone sculptures of the Champa from India who moved to Vietnam in the 2nd century. Some of them are well preserved and have incredible details. There are many floors in the museum, and it is estimated to be at least one hour to 90 minutes to see it. It is worth seeing.