Things you should know about Vietnam Fine Arts Museum

Located at 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc street, Vietnam Fine Arts Museum was found on June 24, 1966 with 10,000 works of art. This museum displays the below collections:

– Fine arts of ethnic people in all over the world

– Fine arts in prehistoric and ancient times

– Fine arts in feudal period (from the 11 to the 18 centuries)

– Sculptures of ancient Vietnam (the representative works from the 11 to the 19 centuries)

– Vietnam folk painting

– Vietnam pragmatic art and folk art decorations

– Vietnam modern industrial arts combining with traditional arts of nation

– Vietnam fine arts before the revolution of August 1945 (the early years of the 20th century)

– Vietnam fine arts in the period of against French colonial (from 1945 to 1954)

– Vietnam fine arts in period of building peace and fighting for national unification up to now (from 1964 till now)

Besides, the museum has collections arranged by materials and themes which were carefully choosen from many others and exhibited in many exhibitions such as Vietnam ancient stone sculptures, Vietnam fine arts in bronze period – early iron period, Vietnam ancient ceramic collections, fine arts of ethnic minorities, Vietnam folk paintings of the 16, 17, 18 centuries, lacquers, oil paintings, carvings, modern sculptures, statues of President Ho Chi Minh…

This museum can be considered as a museum that occupies the most important position in maintaining and promoting the treasures of Vietnamese cultural and artistic heritage

The opening time of museum is from 8.30 am to 17.00 pm every day from Monday to Sunday. The entrance fee is VND 30.000/adult and VND 10.000/child