Vietnam Fine Arts Museum
Just across the street from the Temple of Literature, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum can be found spotted easily from afar.
About The Museum
Like many other buildings that house museums in Hanoi, it was built in the 1930s as a Girl School for Indochina high-ranked officers. In 1966, it officially became Vietnam Fine Arts Museum where store many of Vietnamese artistic essences.
The museum displays not only paintings, ceramics and lacquers created by modern Post-war artists but many of its contents date back as far as pre-historic and feudalism time.
Unfortunately, many of the art work found here are replicate, for the original has by and large been destroyed during the war. It is worth heading here after you have visited the Temple of Literature. Guided tours in English and French are available at entrance door.
- Location: Bao Tang My Thuat Ha Noi
- Best for: Family, couple, solo
- Entrance: Free
- Hours: 8:30AM - 5PM
- Distance to city center: 0.4km (0.2 mi)
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