This is a good opportunity to learn more about Vietnamese history (and culture). Beautiful cultural relics, including art, musical instruments, clothing, and old (before the Vietnam War) military items. The museum complex surrounds a courtyard in the center, and you can stroll past it leisurely. A lot of Vietnamese folk customs are displayed here. We like the sculptures here. There is no air conditioning and it is a bit hot, but it is still worth visiting. It can be very crowded-this proves its value as a tourist spot. When I explore this fascinating museum full of treasures of Vietnamese history, I feel like Indiana Jones, from its prehistory to the medieval Chame period and colonial history. These artifacts are really amazing, and the signs are also very good. highly recommended.
The Vietnam History Museum is also a beautiful project choice, many things in the museum are very good, the history museum is many good things, the history content is also very rich oh.
There are many historical relics here, but it just feels a bit boring. The layout of the cultural relics is very easy to follow, but it is still necessary to add more curators to understand it more comprehensively. Worth seeing!
Located just inside the Zoo and Botanical Gardens, this museum features artefacts from Vietnamese culture over the years, starting from 2000BC. There are valuable pieces from Cambodia’s Angkor Wat and a mummy of a woman who died nearly a hundred and fifty years ago and was dug up in District 5. The museum is large – more than 2,000sqm – so it should keep you occupied for a while. All the displays are explained in English, Vietnamese and French. It costs 15,000 dong to enter.
Museum of Vietnamese History in Indochina architecture, famous in French colonial period. Located in the campus of Saigon Zoo and Botanical Garden. Exhibits from prehistoric times, stone, bronze ... to modern times of Vietnam. Different cultures and dynasties existed in Vietnam. A great place to learn architecture, culture, history ... Vietnam. Many good corner to take picture.
Very interesting sculptures inside and its presented nicely. Hard to believe there can be such amazing things here!
I went to the museum on the second day of Ho Chi Minh. I walked from Pham Ngu Lao Street. When I went there, the lobby was closed, so I turned bricks in the courtyard. Helicopters, mortars, tanks, etc. have a sense of time. For those born in the 1980s who have not experienced war, these military facilities amaze us. Worth seeing!