Fine Arts Museum

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  • Address: 97 Pho Duc Chinh, Nguyen Thai Binh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +84-838294441
  • Ticket Price: 10000 VND
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Museums, Specialty Museums

Although the museum is not as majestic as the other museums in Vietnam, the Fine arts museum is indispensable for those who are keen to learn about Vietnam’s rich arts and culture. The museum celebrates Vietnamese people and works towards preserving and collecting fine artworks from all around the country. There are three floors full of exhilarating talent and masterpieces.

  • Combine the Fine Arts Museum with a visit to Ben Thanh Market and Le Cong Kieu St (Antique Street) - all accessible on foot.
  • Photography is prohibited.

  • 3000 VND for Child Entry.

  • Nearest Bus stops: 163 Ham Nghi, 134 Calmette.

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  • Fine Arts Museum Address: 97 Pho Duc Chinh, Nguyen Thai Binh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Fine Arts Museum Contact Number: +84-838294441
  • Fine Arts Museum Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Fine Arts Museum Price: 10000 VND
  • Time required to visit Fine Arts Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 49.45% of people who visit Ho Chi Minh City include Fine Arts Museum in their plan

  • 38.85% of people start their Fine Arts Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Fine Arts Museum

Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday

80.88% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fine Arts Museum

People normally club together Dam Sen Water Park and Boa Cafe while planning their visit to Fine Arts Museum.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Good to see a lot of paintings. All of them are creative and colorful. Need to buy a ticket after going there for entering. You need to also buy a ticket for clicking pictures. Its a huge museum that has only paintings and a very few sculptures. Takes half day completely to visit it because its big and also so many rooms to visit. Get the potrait done there. He is very good and its worth for 200k

  • Beautiful building, with enough space to show the exhibits. Very good collection of paintings and drawings. Some excellent portraits, a very interesting collection of modern art. Some wonderful sculptures. The collection of 'war art' is heartbreaking, well worth seeing. My only problem was access, the lift did not work, and the collection is spread on 3 floors. I was sorry not to see the 3rd floor collection, 2 floors (staircase) were all I could manage.

  • This is a nice museum with beautiful art by Vietnamese artists. Some of the prettiest and most creative collections I've seen! However, it is not very large and not air conditioned if you are trying to escape the Saigon summer.

  • They had an exhibition of a Russian artist, I accidentally knew about this exhibition on my FB page and eagerly wanted to enjoy his paintings as well as reminded me of my good old time when I studied in Moscow. The exhibition was in the House no.2 not the main building, that's why I can't give you the insights of the main fine arts room. I do admire the architecture of the building, its yellowish turmeric wall mesmerized me, led me softly to the old time of Saigon back to 1960-1970.

  • Was a pleasant surprise to visit this hidden charm. We were coming back from Paris and enjoyed the art scene there so didn’t expect much here to be honest. Yet the place took us by surprise for both its building (and the history of the original owner family - you need to do additional research here) and the collection. It houses a good collection of work from different times of Viet art scene and from different materials (oil, water color painting, silk, charcoal, carving, etc.). I’m pretty impressed with the lacquer painting here. Quite a rare find. The building is an interesting mix of French and East Asian design and architecture. Lots of small corridors and windows/doors leading to unexpected turns. I enjoyed the building walk just as much as the collection. Wonderful value for the visit. 30k VND )~1€ for unlimited access.

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