The Vietnamese Museum of Ethnology is a high-grade museum that is popular with all men, women and children. The Vietnamese Museum of Ethnology is a miniature of the history of 54 ethnic groups and many unique cultural features in Vietnam. It is easy to see the exhibition is very organized and organized, and to learn about the ethnic and customs of Vietnam through the display of various vivid objects such as clothing, jewelry, weapons, musical instruments, religions, beliefs, etc. In addition to the indoor exhibition, the museum is especially the outdoor exhibition area, there are many different Vietnamese ethnic characteristics of the buildings, many of which were really occupied before, and later donated to the museum, the house is housed ethnic daily necessities.
If you are lucky enough to travel frequently through Vietnam, touch all 54 ethnic groups and experience their unique culture first hand, then visiting the Ethnology Museum is a waste of time. But for most of us it was a wonderful experience. The museum itself has information boards with instructions in English, but you can get an English guide or an audio guide. Religion, culture and lifestyle are all covered, but we all enjoyed the "authentic" house on the first floor of the museum, including the long, dry railings and everything in between. A wonderful half day tour.
The Vietnamese Ethnology Museum is also a historic building, with a white outer ring, covered in a huge vegetation, and the landscape of the place is quite interesting, and the Ethnology Museum looks quite precious.
Vietnam is a multi-ethnic nation with 54 ethnic groups in the whole country. The museum is divided into two sections, indoor and outdoor, which display the costumes, musical instruments, wedding and funeral items, sacrifice items and daily tools of various ethnic minorities. Experience the ordinary life of these minorities and gain insight into their cultural history. This museum is well worth a visit. Tickets are only 40k, more than 10 yuan. The main building tells the customs, costumes, distribution of different ethnic groups in Vietnam. There are Chinese brochures. Most of the exhibits are in Vietnamese, French and English. The content is actually very rich. If you are patient, you can slowly see the introduction. Or you can't see anything without looking at the exhibits.
This museum was very informative and fun! You can learn a lot about Vietnam and its people and traditions. It had a great collection of clothing, artifacts, videos, and more to keep visitors interested. There are two different parts of the museum: the indoor and outdoor. The indoor part is like any other typical museum. The outdoor part displayed different houses used by different indigenous groups in Vietnam. Anyone can go into the houses, but some houses are harder to get into since you have to climb up into them! I recommend this museum to anyone who wants to learn more about the country!
Interesting museum with lots of amazing artifacts to learn more about 50+ minority groups in Vietnam. Make sure to look around the outside for the actual houses. If you are lucky you might be able to catch the water puppet show!
this is really great place to visit when you travel in Vietnam. we had it in our travel plan organised by Bonjour Indochine Tours (www.bonjourindochine.com) and we found it most interesting place in city.
This was my favorite stop on our tour of Hanoi. The museum has great displays inside the main building which show you how Vietnamese from around the country work, live, celebrate, etc. There are videos, photos and displays to really make it come to life and even the kids enjoyed it. Even better, they have an open-air museum outside with several different types of traditional houses built on the museum grounds. It was fascinating to see them and walk through them. If you go to only one museum in Hanoi, make it this one.
Really fascinating! Out in the garden they have full scale examples of traditional homes found among the different peoples in Vietnam. Things are labeled well (in English thankfully!) or you can get the assistance from student docents who are happy to practice their english and show you around. Inside there were a lot more exhibits-- all informative. Great place to while away the time and the on site gift shop has great samples of traditional crafts.