I expect something like this when you visit a big city in Vietnam..so it wasn't a surprise when we were brought here by our tour guide. While personally I could have just skipped it because I already visited something similar in Hanoi, it was already in the vicinity of the One-Pillar Pagoda and the HCM Mausoleum so it made sense to try seeing it too.
There's an admission fee for tourists.
If you are interested in Ho Chi MInh's life, take some 1 to 2 hours to roam around and you will see pictures and art pieces, no kidding.
That is why I thought at first it was an art museum combined with HCM's exhibit hehe. All were nice pieces and some were in the scale of huge - and I think it made the museum more interesting to see instead of going through just materials connected with Vietnam's revolutionary leader.
From this area, its already a short walk to visit the other places I mentioned.
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