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We did not enter the museum as it is closed at the weekends and we stumbled upon it by accident. However there is an impressive collection of vehicles, guns and aircraft from the war which is free to view and well worth the visit.
This Museum looks at the Ho Chi Minh's forces and how the War was won. Great artefacts from the War in the grounds of the museum including a F5 fighter aircraft as was used by Air Force master spy Nguyen Thanh Trung that attacked the...More
Largely in Vietnamese, and appeared to be an older museum built before the current ones. I arrived 90 minutes after afternoon opening and was the first guest (& only). Showed loads of information and stats, be great in knew the language. Lots of hand draw...More
This museum concentrates on the not so recent war with the Americans. Many pictures are not for the squeamish and there are a lot of them.
Captured American tanks, guns, bombs and aircraft are on display outside and there are three floors of display on...More
It's a good place for Vietnamese students to learn history. However, I think it's not for tourists because it's quite boring with too much information without well selected and organized. Outside there are some air-craft and tank models.