Quang Trung Museum

Quang Trung Museum, Tay Son: Tickets, Tours, Address, Quang Trung Museum Reviews: 4/5

Quang Trung Museum
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Quang Kiet Le
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam745 contributions
Good place to learn history
Jun 2020
The museum was 50km from Quy Nhon and took us more than 1 hour on bike to reach. The exhibitions were not so big, less than 30 minutes to walk through but quite interesting to learn more about King Quang Trung and the history. The giant tamarind tree and the ancient well were the highlights of the trip.
Written June 21, 2020
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nuboy
San Francisco, CA326 contributions
Temple, musuem, and kung fu and dance performance
Jul 2017 • Friends
The title says it all on what to expect at this historical site. The government is putting money and efforts to maintain and upgrade the facilities. If you are in the area, it's well worth a visit. But I would probably skip if I need to make a detour.
Written July 29, 2017
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Tuwaiting
Amsterdam, The Netherlands313 contributions
It is under maintenance
Apr 2017 • Solo
Museum staff shared that it will take at least 02 months to finish this maintenance, just outside. It also has a big interior maintenance later and he had no idea when it finish.
Then, museum is opening free, and nothing to see
Written May 3, 2017
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Thuat Pham
Hoi An, Vietnam199 contributions
Big place, little impressions
Aug 2016 • Solo
Huge buildings around but not much too see inside. The feeling is the local government wanted something huge looking rather than a nice museum. Some of the photos are really terrible to be seen. Some of the exhibits are new and wrong. I feel
Written August 28, 2016
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Quynh D
1 contribution
This place is my hometown
Jun 2015 • Family
I am so proud of my hometown. This is the best choice to know our Viet Nam History hundreds of years ago and get fully information about Quang Trung hero. You can enjoy the peaceful place with a lots of interesting foods. Welcome to my hometown.
Written June 22, 2015
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Thùy T
Hanoi, Vietnam6 contributions
very useful for people who wanna know more about King Quan Trung
May 2015 • Couples
Quang Trung museum is about 50 km from Quy Nhon city.
All the information iare set up really logic and easy for people to seek .
the large space in a fresh environment made a legal Quang Trung museum
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Written June 8, 2015
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Tessa_Nguyen
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam280 contributions
Very detailed historical Museum
Mar 2015 • Friends
The museum shows the artifacts and information about Nguyễn Huệ at his reign.

Nguyễn Huệ, also known as Emperor Quang Trung (born in Bình Định in 1753, died in Phú Xuân on 16 September 1792), was the second emperor of the Tây Sơn Dynasty of Vietnam, reigning from 1788 until 1792.He was also one of the most successful military commanders in Vietnam's history.

Nguyễn Huệ and his brothers, together known as the Tây Sơn brothers, were the leaders of the famous Tây Sơn rebellion. As rebels, they conquered Vietnam, overthrowing the imperial Later Lê Dynasty and the two rival feudal houses of the Nguyễn in the south and the Trịnh in the north.

After several years of constant military campaigning and rule, Nguyễn Huệ died at the age of 40, possibly due to a stroke.Prior to his death, he had made plans to continue his march southwards in order to destroy the army of Nguyễn Ánh, a surviving heir of the Nguyễn lords. Nguyễn Huệ's death led to the downfall of the Tây Sơn Dynasty. His successors were unable to follow the plans he had made for ruling Vietnam. However, his conquests marked the beginning of approximately a century in which Vietnam was both unified and independent until the Western conquest of Vietnam in 1884. (Wikipedia)
Written March 31, 2015
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