With the strategic support of Hoi An Government, the Museum of Trade Ceramics which was opened I 1975 has an important role in the artistic and cultural empowerment of this port town. The traditional architectural style gives the building itself an incomparable charm. Here, the visitors can see about 430 ceramic artifacts which are considered to be the testimony for the ceramic trade that happened during the old centuries from 08th to 18th.
Highlights: Middle East, India, China, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam have contributed to the collection of ceramics in this old port. The things which are displayed in the museum take us back to the ancient days of economic and trade prosperity. From 08:00 AM onward till 05:00 PM, visitors are allowed inside the museum.
Location: 80 Trần Phú, Minh An, Tp. Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Price: The entry is free of cost.