It’s a good place to learn history, and you will get different viewpoints from Vietnam side. Really worth to visit.
I could say that it’s an incredible exhibition but it’s more shocking becau If you’re in Ho Chi Minh city you can’t miss going to this museum. If you are sensitive to this kind of content, you should think twice before going as it shows all the content related to the Vietnam War. An exhibition that will make you realize the cathastrophic effect war and how it damage Vietnam most especially its people for 19.5 long years.
The War Remnants Museum is a war museum at 28 Vo Van Tan, in District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It contains exhibits relating to the Vietnam War and the first Indochina War involving the French colonialists. . Visiting the museum was like a blast from the past wherby you’ll learn to understand the tons of real time photographs of the sad misadventures of Americans in the Vietnamese war. Very moving experience indeed.
An amazing place to see the history of Vietnam. The effects that the war had on the country and how they have been building their lives back up again.
The museum is somewhat small, but it has some very interesting exhibits. The captured American aircraft and tanks outside are cool to look at. I've been to several Vietnam war museums in this country, and many are straight up propaganda. This one isn't. It's actually fairly subjective. And the Agent Orange exhibit was very powerful.An absolute must visit in Saigon. Parts of the museum feel a bit “propaganda-y”, but the Agent Orange exhibit is an absolutely important piece of history that everyone should see. It is also informative, heartbreaking, and highlights the resilience of the Vietnamese people. I will never forget the exhibit and will always remember the shame felt as an American in the museum.