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This is a bit outside the center of the city, but easy to reach. On three levels you can see the engagement of women in Vietnam's history from the late 1800's to the modern days. We were quite amazed about the deep involvement of women...More
Really interesting museum showcasing women’s roles in the resistance against the French and Americans as well as displaying crafts. Many displays of women martyrs as well as techniques used by women to fight aggressors.
We visited the Women's Museum our first day in HCMC. It was walkable from the War Remnants Museum.
It is an interesting overview of the roles women have played in the history of Vietnam. There is a section dedicated to the women in the American...More
It's a quiet museum, really well put together, and very informative. The importance of women in Vietnamese culture and history is evident, yet modestly presented. I highly recommend a visit - it'll only take you about 1.5 hours to really go through the whole thing...More
Particularly for a free of charge attraction, the Southern Women's Museum was surprisingly well curated and very interesting. Only two of the three floors were open, but these were supplemented by an additional exhibition of prison embroidery in an additional room outside. (This room was...More
Today 18/05/16 I visited with my friends for our project,the objects in museum is good and the document is very clearly but the staff are very terrible only the security guard is quite good but the others staff are not,they didn’t explain to use and...More
i visited with my daughter today. may 1, public holiday. at the time we were there, there were only the 4 of us in the museum so we basically had time to go through each exhibition. a bit stuffy and only 2 floors are open...More
Not many visitors in this small museum, which looks at the active role played by Vietnamese women in the liberation movement. Many photos of women who were executed during the war or celebrated as heroes after the war. Another floor looks at the more mundane...More
As mentioned before, and in a way sadly, this museum is not frequently visited. I was one of 3 visitors and spent 1.5 hours there. Very interesting collection of textiles - from the thread making, through dying, weaving, finished garments and the traditional (Ao Dai)...More
This museum is fantastic. It's a must see if you are interested in history and Woman's movement. It's free, and I was only one of two people there at the time.
Very interesting and important photographs, wartime history, ethics's, textiles & customs
Southern Vietnamese woman...More