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Existing in the same complex with "Uncle Ho's" mausoleum, the Ho Chi Minh Museum provides a comprehensive overview of his life and leadership for Vietnamese independence from the early 1940s until his death in 1979.
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This is a large building with artefacs, manuscrips, photographs and newspaper clippings detailing the history of Vietnam's revolutionary struggle as well as the political life of Ho Chi Minh. Well documented and presented, it is worth a visit to gain insight into Vietnam's political past.
Some nice displays detailing the life of Uncle Ho without too much anti-American rhetoric. Spacious and air conditioned setting and very cheap to get in; there isn't too much in there, so we were round in an hour. Our kids weren't bored going round either.
The Ho Chi Minh Museum is collocated with the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the Ho Chi Minh Presidential Palace Historical Site, but most tourists who visit the latter, pass by the museum.
This is a pity, for it gives incredible insight into this remarkable...More
Comprehensive illustrations of the revolutionary spirits and reunification of Vietnamese through Ho Chi Min. Great place to learn Vietnam past and future. Our tour was Ms. Tran Thi Thanh Hang and she really knows her stuff and very pleasent in answering our questions. Recommended!!!
Spend a nice hour or so wandering around and be greeted by a huge Ho Chi Minh. History is a mixture of facts and perspective. Interesting and can read a lot about Ho Chi Minh. Again there are stairs, so not good if you have...More
We had a genuine interest in Uncle Ho, but didn’t learn much. There are a few interesting artefacts and loads of relevant documents, but the time line context is totally hidden. Simple signage along the way would provide a vast improvement.
He was clearly a...More