My friend Tanelli and I visited this museum last week. Fortunately, there will be a Japanese martial arts exhibition. Will last until October 25th. In addition, there are exhibitions of paintings by famous Vietnamese and French painters Dang Batang. The ticket is 40,000. This is my perfect trip on a rainy day in Hanoi. There are more collections in the museum than I thought-sculptures, applied art, silk and canvas paintings. As a contemporary art lover, I like 21st century works very much. Although they are small in scale, they are full of content. I don’t know how many things can be done with lacquer! The best part is that most (if not all) of the works are made by Vietnamese artists. A National Art Museum that truly represents local art is really worth seeing. The price of 40k Vietnamese for an adult tourist is very worth it. I highly recommend it to true art lovers, history lovers and ordinary tourists who have one or two hours of free time during their Hanoi trip.
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The National Art Museum of Vietnam is also pretty good-looking, and there are a lot of fine arts. The fine arts are based on the style of Vietnam in different historical periods, and there are many exchanges.
Hanoi, Vietnam is the national center of Vietnam. In addition to administrative institutions, there are many museums and art galleries here. Compared with the French style of Ho Chi Minh City, the style of museums and art galleries here is more low-key and calm, with color and layout. There are not too many excessive decorations, you can feel it when you walk away in the consulate area.
The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi is really worth a visit. Spread over two buildings and numerous floors, it shows art from all over Vietnam, from hundreds of years ago to today. My favourite part of the exhibition is the giant buddha and vishnu statues which are very impressive. Some of the paintings are absolutely stunning and we spent a good hour and a half wandering around the exhibition. It only costs $2 to enter.
Right near the Temple of Literature, this is a lovely art museum. The ground floor has some ancient art which I particularly enjoyed. There was also an excellent temporary exhibit. It was not at all crowded which was a bonus too.
If you are an art enthusiast ( like me!) I would recommend paying a visit to the Museum. Beautiful art work and a very well done Museum. For those of you who do not enjoy galleries, you would be best to skip it.
From the Military History Museum follow Hoang Dieu Avenue south, past the wonderfully flamboyant Chinese embassy, and turn right on Cau Ba Quat to find a three-storey colonial block with chocolate-brown shutters.The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum at 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc (Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sun 8am–5pm; Wed & Sat 8.30am–9pm; 20,000đ) not only boasts the country‘s most comprehensive collection of fine art, but it is also unusually well presented, with plenty of information in English. Arranged chronologically, the museum illustrates the main themes of Vietnam‘s artistic development, kicking off with a collection of Dong Son drums
It is a museum showcasing Vietnam's fine arts from a range of historical periods.It is the country's primary art museum, the second being the smaller Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Fine Arts.