Established in 1959, the Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution documents the country’s struggle for freedom and independence as well as the history of the Communist Party. The museum displays thousands of images from year 1858 to the present with 29 unique showrooms that all creatively present the history of the Vietnamese Revolution.
Travelers walking along the Tran Quang Khai Road or the Tong Dan Street will undoubtedly notice the unique French-style architecture of the building of the Vietnamese Revolution Museum. Its big yellow façade will surely make tourists stop out of curiosity and admiration of the structure. The building was constructed in 1917 by the French colony and now houses artifacts, documentaries and exhibitions about Vietnam’s struggle in modern history. A visit to the museum will be a great way to understand the changing periods of society that range from the streets of Vietnam to the seats of power. The objects on display also offer great insights into the culture of the country. [Read more…]