Vietnam Museum of RevolutionSituated in the Tong Dan zone of the city, it was built up in August 1959 in a two-story building, in the past utilized by the Trade Department of Vietnam. It was upgraded into 30 displays and starting 2008 contains in abundance of 40,000 chronicled exhibits. The museum has a glass showcase which holds everything from weapons and banners utilized by Vietnamese laborers. There are statues of Ho Chi Minh the researcher, Ho Chi Minh the statesmen, and different other progressive pioneers like Tran Phy.
Highlights: This is especially an exhibition hall of antiques. Also, a hefty portion of those curios are intriguing. In any case, it goes for an a great deal less passionate pitch than the War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City, and the ancient rarities don't completely pass on the crude energy that controlled the unrest.
Location: The museum is located in the Tong Dan area of the city
Price: The approximate price is 2,000VND