Vietnam Military History Museum is a place to preserve a lot of heroic memories of the resistance of the nation, especially two wars against French and anti-American with thousands of valuable artifacts.
The museum is currently displaying and preserving nearly 16,000 objects, including many precious objects, especially 4 national treasures (MiG21 aircraft number 5121 and T54B tank number 843, map of Operation Ho Chi Minh, MiG21 Aircraft No. 4324). In the campus there is a monument of Hanoi Flagpole, this is a unique ancient architectural relics, was ranked as the national historical architecture in 1990.
Located at the corner of Dien Bien Phu Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, is a popular Hanoi tourist destination with both domestic and international visitors. To get here, you can go by bus, taxi, or walk.
The Vietnam Military History Museum is one of the seven national museums with the highest number of artifacts and visitors, becoming a popular tourist destination in Hanoi. If you really love the history of mankind, especially the history of Vietnam, visit the Vietnam Military History Museum to find out more about Vietnam’s military history and its struggles.
Fare: 40,000 VND per person
Opening hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday (From 08h00 to 11h30 & 13h00 to 16h30)