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Ho Chi Minh Museum, Hanoi

Categories: Art Museums, History Museums, Museums
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2.8/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
Hailed as one of the nation's most resourceful museums, Ho Chi Minh Museum elaborates the life the Vietnamese Communist revolutionary leader. Opened in 1990, the complex houses a collection of artifacts and memorabilia divided into chronological topics, painting a portrait of the man who led Vietnam to its independence. As you progress from one topic to another, you'll learn about Ho Chi Minh's upbringing, youth, education, fight for a unified nation and release from colonial bondage, and posthumous influence. Take a guided tour to acquire more details and hear interesting trivia about one of Vietnam's most prominent political figures. Put Ho Chi Minh Museum into our Hanoi travel itinerary maker and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Visited the complex by default, on a rainy day knowing that the mausoleum was closed for the month. The top floor is am excellent modern exhibit, but I was tired from the previous floors. There's a hu...  read more »
  • I enjoyed learning about the life of Ho Chi Minh. This museum gives a great history of the most revered person in Vietnamese history. Well worth a visit. 
  • Whilst extremely romanticised, the Ho Chi Minh museum was a great glimpse into the life of the man and see his development into Vietnam's most revered leaders. 
  • Too much symbolistic confusing art. Bad storytelling. Very cheap to get in but not worth your time
  • Well investered museum and works effectively, interested by visitors who pay attention to Hochiminh residence, a great hero of Vietnam.
  • Very abstract with no real artefacts. Wouldn't recommend.
  • Very average museum, but still interesting enough even if only to experience how different standards of museums can be. The entrance fee is 40,000VND. Be aware that they close for lunch at 12 and will kick you out, but you can come back at 2 with the same ticket.
  • They need to add more artifacts & historical monuments here in order to give great impact to the visitors.
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