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This is the museum that is north of the War Museum. This one only has a US helicopter in the front courtyard. Entry was 20000. Opened at 8am. There were many fans and air conditioning units during my visit (despite many saying there were not...More
Visited Da Nang museum for a spontaneous trip because I've always enjoyed discovering more about local life, history and culture. The adult entry fee was 20k for foreigners and free for locals. It wasn't expensive but it was unbearably hot and stuffy within the museum....More
Visit the Da nang war museum set aside about 2 hrs to tour,Walking distance from centre of da nang or catch taxi for less than 60,000vnd from most places,nice gardens where you can sit and have a drink next to a lake.
The museum has over 2,500 artifacts and photos. Exhibits include those relating to local history, culture, information on the culture of local minority groups, and war crimes and atrocities of others. Particularly moving, are the photos of the Vietnamese children in agonizing fear and suffering.
The museum is unkept and small. There is no AC so it’s quite hot and stuffy. The collection is also quite limited. There are multiple sections, going from the geological/biological exhibitions to the ancient and colonial history of the city, to the more recent Vietnam...More
This museum has a different take on the history of the area, the war, and some indigenous minorities.
From the early fishermen who frequented this part of the Vietnamese Coast, to the war of the 60s.
We often only read what we want to believe,...More
If you have a couple of hours spare, the Da Nang Museum is a great place to visit if you are interested in Vietnams history, and not just about the Vietnam War. The museum gives a great insight into the Vietnamese culture and there is...More