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Nice little museum with easy to follow history of the area, if you are into old pottery then this place is for you.Has two floors of artifacts all dug up in the local area. Museum also has rest rooms and is easy to find near...More
It is a good little two story museum. It has a lot of artifacts from the Sa Huynh culture, ranging from 1000BC-300AD. Artifacts such as, pots, bowls, tools, weapons and jewelry, it give us a glimpse of what it was like to live in that...More
I learnt a great deal from this museum and was very impressed by being able to view artifacts that were thousands of years old. Well worth a quick look or a longer read. Very interesting and authentic.
We got access to this very small museum via some free tickets included with our ancient town entrance fee. Although its small, its part of the ancient towns collection of attractions and packs a punch with its collection of artefacts. These go back to the...More
This has interesting archeological finds of the Sa Huynh culture going back 2000 years. But our guide's command of the language was a barrier to understanding as much as I would have liked. Good signage helped.
We had a little look around and we're quite pleased to see that there were lots of items of importance that had been dug up by archaeologists. There were also plaques explaining the finds and the times they had been dated back to.
This could have been a great museum, but it needs to give us a wider context for the people and the culture we're looking at. All there is are detailed (too much so) descriptions of different sites where they did some digging and found pieces...More
Excellent exhibits and contextual information. A few images with artistic licence but they don't distract from the real story told by the grave goods, pottery and archaeology sites. Entrance is by the Old Town vouchers that you purchase from the many kiosks.