If you are in the Hanoi Old Quarter, it only takes about 10 minutes to get to the Vietnam Museum of Revolution by car.
However, if you prefer walking, it is not a problem at all. You can totally walk there in just about 20 minutes walking.
Guide map to the Vietnam Revolution Museum
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To most of Vietnamese, the museum is quite a formal place so if you follow these tips, your trip will be more memorable. History of Vietnam is mysterious but extremely famous with people all over the world. Vietnamese has always been proud of the resplendent history of their country. Vietnam Museum of Revolution ( Museum of The Vietnamese Revolution) will help tourists have a more clear view of Vietnamese history since the liberation claim from French occupation to the start of Communist Party and the establishment of Social Republic of Vietnam
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This museum will make tourists impressive with the unique French architecture, in addition, people will be amazed at a great number of exhibits here.
Pictures of Vietnam War Revolution in the museum
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Constructed in 1917 by French, the museum was the head office of Department of Indochinese Trade until 1954.
From December 1954, the Government decided to establish the museum and started to collect artifacts.
Vietnam Museum of Revolution Hanoi was officially established in 1959.
Due to the design by French, the impressive architecture which can be found only in 20-century historic places in Hanoi attracts tourists right in the first look.
In the past, there was no separate dining room and Vietnamese people, especially the middle class always ate in the living room
There are 29 rooms with the content of 3 main parts.
Moreover, with the respect to Ho Chi Minh President, room 28 and 29 are places to exhibit the gifts collection of people from all over the world dedicating “Uncle Ho” as well as Vietnamese Communist Party.
Old Vietnamese household equipment
“The revolution against the invaders to protect the sovereignty of the country” part: 15 rooms of this section will help visitors have a more clear view to Vietnam War through artifacts of both Vietnamese and American army.
2 last rooms show the love from Vietnamese as well as people of the world to Ho Chi Minh president and Vietnamese Communist Party also throughout various gifts.
After 2 hours of visiting here, there are some other destinations you can come to:
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