Vietnam Museum Of Ethnology Overview

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology features a fabulous collection of well-presented artifacts, tribal art and objects of use related to the ethnic minorities of Vietnam. If you dabble into anthropology then this museum is worth your time. To ease your experience the items collected from the traditional village houses are labeled in English, French and Vietnamese.

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, located in Hanoi, is a captivating institution that showcases the diverse cultures and traditions of Vietnam's ethnic groups, a must-visit during Vietnam tours.  Spanning both indoor and outdoor exhibition areas, the museum offers a comprehensive exploration of the country's rich cultural heritage. Inside the museum, visitors can find a wide range of artifacts, including traditional costumes, handicrafts, tools, and musical instruments, representing the customs and lifestyles of various ethnic communities.

Interactive displays and multimedia presentations provide insightful information about the history, beliefs, and practices of these groups. The outdoor section of the museum features life-size replicas of traditional houses from different ethnic minorities, allowing visitors to experience firsthand the architecture and daily life of these communities.

Location: Nguyễn Văn Huyên, Quan Hoa, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam

Timings: 8: 30 AM – 5:30 PM

Highlights: Besides displaying the miniaturized version of the Vietnamese community’s life, this museum has a stellar collection of 25 CD ROMS, 373 video tapes, 237 audiotapes, 42000 photographs, 2190 slides and 15000 artifacts.

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