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Hanoi Police Museum, Hanoi

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At Hanoi Police Museum, you can travel through seven decades of police history. A variety of uniforms are on display, as well as exhibits about the development of the local police force and its assistance during the Vietnam War. Take a guided tour in either English or Vietnamese and stop by the gift shop before you finish your visit. Add Hanoi Police Museum and other attractions to your Hanoi trip itinerary using our Hanoi family vacation planner.
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Hanoi offers abundant accommodation options for all kinds of travelers on all kinds of budgets. Stay in the popular Old Quarter for the closest proximity to main attractions, where mid-range hotels are popping up amid the dozens of hostels overrun with backpackers. If you prefer peace and quiet to proximity, the French Quarter contains numerous guesthouses and hotels. At the luxury end, four- and five-star hotels offer a full suite of extras and services, resort-like options boast views over West Lake, and sleek short-term rental apartments give you extra privacy.
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  • We were having coffee and noticed this by chance. Quite near the Temple of Literature. Well worth an hour and a browse. Free entry when we went. Worth going just to see the photos of the traffic polic...  more »
  • We stumbled upon the police museum by accident. This is a free to enter museum and was very informative. It was great to learn about the police throughout the decades. We left a small contribution as ...  more »
  • This museum (free entry) traces the work of the Hanoi municipal police since its founding. It makes no reference at all to the constabulary that the French set up during the colonial period. One would...  more »
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  • free and ibformative, goes into the anti-spy work the vietcong did.
  • Very interesting. Learnt a lot about the Vietnamese and all the tragic wars they have been through. So impressed by their mentality after, still being open minded and not holding grudges. Very friendly and knowledgeable guide! Recommend visiting!
  • Absolutely worth your time! Nice polite stuff, good historical insights thru the prism of police and army. We had a nice patriotic guide, who was full of facts and funny Vietnam moments. We loved it! Cmon and visit this museum thats absolutely new for Hanoi.
  • Cool items on display, lots of pictures documenting the history of vietnamese police. The place is airconditioned and has clean toilets.
  • Good place and good learning for history