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Easy to follow through the ages and development of the country. Some stunning sculptures and understandably a lot of painting relating to the war. Very interesting showing traditional and modern methods. Something for everyone wether or not an art lover.
The pieces of art are supplied in a chronological order allowing anyone to get a sense for the historic development. Although they are focused largely on the colonial profile, the Vietnam war and additionally to a lesser amount on typical Vietnamese life. After awhile now,...More
If you enjoy art I am sure you will like this place. There are a lot of sculptures and paintings with multiple floors and wings to visit. They have some cool artifacts but the majority of the exhibits are paintings. Not really my cup of...More
Nice museum with some beautiful art pieces. Separately to the political situation, the war, in art like in gastronomy, when east meets west, we see clearly the inspirations and the Fusion without fight...
The ticket office for this museum was located off to the side in the gift shop. A coffee shop was also located here. Admission was 40,000VND for adults.
On the first floor there was mostly statues, stone and wood carvings displayed here across many different...More
This museum, which contains Vietnamese contemporary art, is fascinating. Much of the art deals with the trauma of the "American War" using traditional techniques, such as lacquer painting. It is interesting to watch the transition into more abstract contemporary themes. Also, seeing the "American War"...More
This was one of the places we visited that wasn’t crowded but if you are interested in art and want insight into the Vietnamese culture, I would highly recommend it. It’s not a very modern museum but it does have explanations in English of the...More