Great museum! I could have spent a day or more there! The representation of the many ethnological tribes was excellent.
About Vietnam Museum of Ethnology
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The museum is well done and the exhibits interesting. It gives you a good feel of the ethnic groups of the region and is fascinating to see how similar they are to other regions in the area. The culture and practices are well depicted and...More
We loved the outdoor exhibitions in the is museum displaying the types of housing in different areas of Vietnam. Indoor is also good and lots of information provided.
We visited the museum on a guided tour. Really enjoyed the outside part with buildings from all around Vietnam, showcasing the different minorities. The inside museum is a more classical museum with lots of artefacts behind glas.
here the cultural historical background of Vietnam and its inhabitants becomes palpable and is well explained. It is worth to have a guide providing with more detailed explanations. Life in earlier days becomes palpable and helps explain and understand modern habits.
Museum of Ethnology displays the rich culture and history of Vietnam and the surrounding countries of SE Asia. It is worth a visit, keep about 2 hours minimum. Displays are well laid out and easy to follow. It is not crowded, so take your time...More
My wife and I visited this place as part of our tour of Vietnam (Hanoi). Well worth the visit, even if it is hot & sunny outside! You can really start to get to grips with the various ethnic groups which populate Vietnam here (and...More
I enjoyed this quiet serene setting of the variety of housing styles. We all found it very interesting and trinket shopping and relaxing with coffee after our tour was awesome. We didn't eat anything but the food that we saw being served looked really good.
We went on a walking tour with our 3 kids and I could tell they were both within the first 15 minutes. There is a lot of information and pieces discussing the different minority groups in Vietnam but it gets to be monotonous after the...More