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War Remnants Museum is a unit under the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism Ho Chi Minh City. Located in the museum system of Vietnam, the museum for world peace and a member of the World Council of Museums (ICOM), the War Remnants Museum, the...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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28 Vo Van Tan St, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City 70000, Vietnam
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+84 8 829 0325
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Reviewed today via mobile

Great museum with loads of information re the Vietnamese War ... just not for kids ( we had our 4 yr old with us ) and we took turns to explore the museum, there is a cool area for kids to play with air con...More

Thank Catsy_81
Reviewed today via mobile

It was hard to look at a lot of the images here but the story needs to be told. Well worth visiting so that you have a small understanding of what the people went through.

Thank soegaard1
Reviewed today

You need at least one hour to view the entire museum properly. Guides sometimes are in a hurry to move onto next part of the tour.

Thank YusufK363
Reviewed today via mobile

Visiting the War Remnants Museum was surprisingly very emotional for me. I didn’t have any expectations but the thousands of details and photographic images was powerful. Allow enough time to go thought the 8 or so different rooms and lots of reading. Very worthwhile and...More

Thank KylieKam
Reviewed today via mobile

Extremely interesting and well worth a visit. Provides a comprehensive image of the war with America.

Thank Tyson P
Reviewed today

It would be nice to visit and to understand further on the Vietnam War! You will need to pay the entrance fees to get in but worth the time.

Thank Sudden L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It’s a very emotional experience but important. There are Graphic imagines but they did a great job captioning them all. Give yourself lots of time there! I wish they hit on more about why the war happened but that’s the only complaint. Very nicely done...More

Thank hannahcrooks
Reviewed yesterday

Enormous national pride for Vietnamese is derived from facing the French and American oppression and invasions. For all travellers bought up on a diet of USA versions this is a must see. I was shocked and left with a sense of betrayal at the romanticised...More

Thank Renomonkeyboy
Reviewed yesterday

You'll need over an hour at this place to appreciate all the information and showcased photos. Makes you appreciate all the effort and sacrifices of not only the war heros and victims but the journalits behind as well who was able to show the world...More

Thank annalizayolandas
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Good place to learn about what happened for sure but for me was a bit too graphic. I felt they wanted to just get people shocked instead of informed but apart from that it's excellent.

Thank Shahnawaz R
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Enrico P
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Response from Lawrence B | Reviewed this property |
Wally. It does say that reparations were paid. Enough. Well no never enough. But yes make a point on my writing. Wally
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Not that I’m aware of.
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