Impressive museum Oriental and Western city architecture was designed in 1929 by the French architect Rivera
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One of the rare art and historical places in town where it's not crowded and you can almost always grab some tranquility for yourself walking inside the huge once-private villa by considered the richest man in HCMC. Go on the top balcony looking down the...More
Wonderful art museum. Can't say enough. Really enjoyed the diversity of art, the history, the stories it tells you. Also, the tiny art museum is impressive itself. We purchased some art created by one of the curators. We love it will hang in our dining...More
If you are one of the arts people, this place is worth the visit. They have 3 buildings and so much beautiful art works on display.
Having been moved by the horrors of the War Remnants Museum we decided to de-stress by visiting the art gallery. Apart from the block of older art, ceramics and sculpture, the exhibits divide at 1975 - reunification. Especially fascinating are the post-1975 exhibits, many featuring...More
It's a nice arrangement of 3 houses built in colonial style. It gives you a little overview about painting and sculptures in a well arrange exhibition. Not to forget the Art Cafe in the same area.
Indeed as fine art museum,we may say this is relative very small however for whom who loves painting is recommended for a short visit which takes about 2 hours (even less!), especially want to understand and to know more about Vietnamese painting, its collections represent...More
This is quite interesting for me as I've been to a good amount of art museums and galleries from around the world. They have some beautiful art, but there is no history on any of it. That was really lacking for me. It was hard...More
A lovely building but it was a little tired. The art was good - some of it very good - but there are better places to spend your time.
Ok its only 10,000VND to get in, they were painting the outside of the building, inside has no air con, was very hot and Humid and very dirty. Due to the humidity some of the art/ paintings are not the best shape. This would have...More