We have witnessed a lot of history, and of course all the cultural relics we have seen provide good evidence. Some videos are really educational, such as how to weave and hollow out trees to make a canoe. Those who are inclined to military history will also find this museum to be educational. The French did occupy the country for a while, but they were eventually driven away in 1954. This is not a recommended place for tourists. Some facilities do need funds to upgrade. But for those who want to know history, this is a must. This museum is the best museum in Da Lat. If a foreigner buys a ticket, it is only 15,000 VND. You can visit the Nam Pang Queen Palace and the ethnic center behind the museum. After visiting here, I discovered that most Southeast Asian museums are not only a tourist attraction, but also a place for young people to study.
Some videos of the Lin Tong Museum are real education, weaving clothes and hollowing out trees to make canoes. Tickets include the Lampang Queen’s Palace and the ethnic center behind the museum. I noticed that most museums in Southeast Asia are not only tourist attractions, but also learning centers for young people.
This museum is named after a person, of course, to commemorate this person who made outstanding contributions to Vietnam. The museum is not very big, but it is arranged in an orderly manner. It is related to archaeological excavations, geological exploration, Vietnam history, etc. After reading it, you can take a look at the palace where the queen used to be. It is free and very interesting.
Lam Dong Mesuem is fabolous. Love this museum so much with so many things to see and enjoy. All in one !!!!Worth to see at all with an entrance fee.
visited this place in an hour. They display a lot of antiquities in archeology, geological, culture, religion, biological, history.... You can read information on objects
Da Lat Lam Tong Museum is an ethnic museum in Da Lat. The whole museum is red. There are many introductions about the development history of Da Lat, and some items related to Da Lat folk culture and natural customs are exhibited.