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The museum consists of some tanks and planes displayed outside and three buildings with photographs and artefacts from the resistance efforts against the French and the Americans. A visitor with little to no knowledge of either war would be just left confused as there is...More
Two museums next to each other. Both well worth a visit if you like history. The gem of the two is for usv the historical with a good number of high quality artifacts from the last royal vietnanese dynadty the nguyen ( 1802- 1945) thevrevolutionary...More
This museum has some very incredible and fascinating photographs and provides a great insight into Vietnam's recent history (last 150 or so years). However I would recommend doing a bit of reading on the history yourself before you go as the museum does lack some...More
Easy to spot as it has the tanks and planes outside. Not too expensive to get in but does close for a couple of hours in the middle of the day.
Split into three buildings it provides a very good insight from the Vietnamese perspective...More
One thing that I like from Saigon is they keep many historical buildings not like in Jakarta or Bali even worse.
I visited this museum to know some basic things about Vietnam. Glad to see some dioramas, photo, old maps, with the description. I realized...More