The main interest of this museum resides in the buildings themselves. The collection they host is of very limited interest
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An interesting building with nice stained glass and antique elevators. The wooden carvings on the top floor of the third building were very impressive, and some of the modern art was good too. Most of the exhibits were poorly maintained and explained though.
This was a very pleasant surprise, with an extensive collection of art of all genres. The absolute highlight for us was the 2 rooms of embroidery in building 2 - think embroidery's not your thing? I challenge you not to be impressed by this collection!
Dusty and shambolic but there are some beautiful pieces slowly crumbling away there. You will have the whole place to yourself away from the usual crowds and noise.
There are a number of superb paintings and sculptures by Vietnamese artists, including many depicting the trauma and determination of the nation during and after the war. The building itself is also a historic site.
We came here to kill some time during the daytime. The buildings themselves are interesting and worth the visit (google it, the Guggenheim has a nice little write up of the building's history). It's only $1 USD for a ticket, and it's great, quiet break...More
We loved walking throughout all 3 floors of the Fine Arts Museum. Each painting and sculpture is 'artfully' displayed. You can learn a lot about the French influences on modern Vietnamese painting by slowly walking through the many, many rooms. Interestingly, the paintings are grouped...More