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54 Traditions Gallery, Hanoi

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Antique Store · Art Gallery
Visit 54 Traditions Gallery, the only place in the country concerned with the preservation and display of the arts and crafts of all the national minorities, 53 of them, along with the Kinh majority. Here you can see the truly rich diversity of traditions and customs, seen through everyday objects and artworks. Join the tour, and you’ll surely learn quite a lot about each of the minorities, and the large nation they are together. The museum displays a variety of artifacts, from fabrics, ancient prints, and jewelry, to toys, clothes, pictures, and sculptures. Plan your visit to 54 Traditions Gallery and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Hanoi trip itinerary builder app.
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  • Loved this gallery - a fantastic collection of artefacts from all over Vietnam. Dr Mark Rappaport is extremely knowledgeable and the team provide detailed information about your purchases by email...  more »
  • This is such an amazing place! Lovely just to wander around and look at. Everything is meticulously labelled, with dates and information. I wanted to buy something, but it was a bit beyond my budget.....  more »
  • If you are in Hanoi visiting this gallery/museum is a must. It is a collection like you will see no where else in this city-- maybe all of Vietnam. A stalwart New Yorker, Dr. Rappoport is the...  more »
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  • Amazing collection and very knowledgeable and friendly owners. A real gem.
  • This place is a must-go for any visitor seeking to know more about Vietnamese culture and heritage.
  • Great place to visit if youre into collecting historical items. This gallery features vintage items from all the 54 tribes of Vietnam which you can purchase. They arent considered national treasures so you can take them outside the country .its a 3 Storied building in the old quarter with no wheel chair access. We got some souvenirs which was nice. Worth a visit.
  • A little 4 storey house as a museum of cultural indeed. Lots of historical ancient things. The lady offered us a quick 15 minutes of free interesting tour listening to the historical facts of the those ancient stuff. Thank you!!
  • I visited last October - an absolute treasure trove of a place. We were running out of cash, and our credit cards were not working (it was all sorted out eventually) but we could not resist filling our suitcases with some wonderful items. Thank you thank you thank you!

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