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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
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We visited on our last day for about 3 hours, which is more than enough. Amazing! Thinking of going back to Vietnam with my son with this museum being the highlight of Ho Chi Min visit. Very well maintained, beautiful expositions, very informative and a...More
We went in not knowing much about the War so this was definitely an eye opener. There were many graphic and horrifying pictures and it was very difficult to hold back tears. I never knew what Agent Orange was and the effects it caused. A...More
Visited this museum during our stay in Saigon. It is a very somber museum graphically displaying the toll that the Vietnam War (Or American War as referred to in Vietnam) had on the Vietnamese people.
You must come here understanding that most exhibits are provided...More
During our tour, we made a short stop to visit the museum. It was a very compelling exhibit. The photographs and accompanying stories were sometimes horrifying to look at especially the Agent Orange exhibit by British photographer Philip Jones Grofiths.
I visited solo on a Sunday afternoon. The museum is well layed out and easy to see the many exhibits and items. Many of the items were left behind by the US military. The area related to the torture chambers was a bit too much...More
Was looking forward to this, since I guessed by 2016 the communist falsehoods would have been assigned to dustbin and the Museum could focus on history. So not the case, you be hard to find any actual references to the fact that this was a...More
I was disappointed on our visit to the museum, apart from a couple of aircraft and tanks on the outside, most of the indoor exhibits were photographs. While there were a lot of exhibits from the American side, there were very few from the Vietnamese,...More
An absolutely amazing exhibition of the atrocities of the War. The photography captured during this time is simply astounding. The exhibitions of 6 & 7 on Level 1 are particularly shocking with the harrowing effects of war depicted in brilliant photography. The lasting effects of...More