Things to do in Ho Chi Minh city War Remnants Museum

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One of the historical site that you can not miss  when you visit Ho Chi Minh city that is War Remnants Museum

War Remnants Museum was opened on September 4, 1975. At present, it is a member of Vietnamese Museum System, of Museum for the Word Peace, and of International Council of Museums.

The Museum is specialized in research, collecting, preserving, and exhibiting the remnant proofs of Vietnam War crimes and their consequences. Through these, the museum intends to call the public to say no to war – yes to peace for wold people solidarity.

Actually, to serve Vietnamese and foreign tourist public, the museum show numerous remnant proofs for eight current exhibitions inside the museum, and other exhibitions in locations other than museum, peace and friendship delegations, help exchanges between visitors and war witnesses. With the annual rate of more than 500,000 visits,  the museum has become one of the well-known, cultural and tourist sites, attracting both Vietnamese and foreign tourists.

List of themes

1. Historical Truths

2. Requiem – collection of war documentary photos taken by 134 journalists from 11 nationalities, killed during Indochina War

3. The collections of documentary photos of Japanese photographers: Bunyo Ishiiikawa and Nakamura Goro

4. Imprisonment conditions during the War

5. Aggressive War Crimes

6. ” DOVE” Children Education room

7. The World people in support of Vietnam’s Resistance.

Open hours:

Morning: 07.30am – 12.00am

Afternoon: 13.00 – 17.00

Entrance fee: 15.00vnd/ person

Kindly contact Daily Travel Vietnam for arranging a visiting to this historical site through this email address: info@dailytravelvietnam.com