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A small museum showing the early history of Vietnam until the civil War. I did not want the audio guide but later the museum staff insist to give me and my wife FOC as he wants people to know more about Vietnam. Truly enjoyed the...More
This place is a little bit rundown, and a little confusing to work out where the actual museum is. But, when you finally find the museum its actually pretty interesting.
There's even a little art gallery on another floor. As well as that, there's also...More
Just a short walk from The old town. The museum has 3 floors of galleries, ranging from art to local history. The top floor has views over Hoi An. The entrance fee is one ticket of the old town entrance tickets where you can see...More
I met the staff, and asked about Sa Huynh Culture. And, he shared a alot about the information of History.
The museum is not only the relics but the people there is a source of knowledge that you want to learn from.
The photos are...More
By European standards this museum is poor but dont let me put you off visiting here and using one of your old town tickets. This musuem has 3 floors of relics from the past including pottery and artifacts from the Vietnam war with information about...More
While visiting this little in Museum in April my husband unknowingly lost his wallet. After arriving back at our hotel we realised it was missing and backtracked our steps through the old city to the museum expecting it to be lost forever. Imagine our delight...More
This little museum is in the Main Street of Hoi An, not far from all the tailors and markets. It is on the second floor of a lovely old building. Whilst it isn’t huge, it offers interesting photos and artefacts of the area. Worth a...More
We bought a book of entry tickets 120,000vnd each at this little museum. You can then go on and use them at the different historical houses. It had the history of the various wars from Hoi Ans perspective. We had been to the Cu Chi...More