War Remnants Museum

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 28 Vo Van Tan, phuong 6, Quan 3, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Timings: 07:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +84-839306664
  • Ticket Price: 15000 VND
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Educational Site, War Memorial, Family And Kids, Exhibition

About War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City

Housing 7 permanent exhibits, the war remnants museum opened in September 1975 shortly after the end of the Vietnam war. Opened in September 1975 shortly after the end of the Vietnam War, the War Remnants Museum is a popular attraction in Ho Chi Minh City.

A trip through the museum reveals the painful journey that both the sides went through. It is full of  graphic displays and photographs inter mixed with ordinance and artefacts from the war. The museum is spread over three floors and has information in English too. Don’t forget to check out the tankers outside the museum.

The War Remnants Museum of Ho Chi Minh City reminds us of the atrocities of war. This museum sees a lot of visitors who want to know history of war and its effects on human civilization. As you book tickets for War Remnants museum with us, you will be facilitated with guide so as to make you learn more. War Remnants Tickets are easily available over the counter, however, booking them through tours is always a great idea as you avoid any hassle. With us, you can easily buy tickets for War Remnants museum with an advantage of other attractions. War Remnants Museum Ticket prices are a great way to understand this city better.

War Remnants Museum Information

  • The museum experience would be far better with a guide who can explain the war and its importance in detail.

War Remnants Museum Ticket Prices

  • Vietnamese with preferential ticket price: 2,000 / person.
  • For Visitor students, students, armed forces, veteran, senior officials of the revolution ticket price has been reduced from 50% to 100% of the fare rules.

How To reach War Remnants Museum by Public Transport

  • Closest Bus stop: 28 Vo Van Tan.

Restaurants Near War Remnants Museum

  • Nam Phan Restaurant
  • Sam Kim Anh Noodle Restaurant

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  • 95% of people who visit Ho Chi Minh City include War Remnants Museum in their plan

  • 85.6% of people start their War Remnants Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see War Remnants Museum

Thursday, Friday and Sunday

60.9% of people prefer walking in order to reach War Remnants Museum

People normally club together Reunification Palace and Notre Dame Cathedral while planning their visit to War Remnants Museum.

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  • This is hard. You don't leave this museum smiling, and that's how it should be, but just fair warning. Also, for Americans and French tourists, remember that this is their history too and then can choose the phrasing as they please. Reading the other side of the history is important to balance what is taught or often not taught in the West, but fair warning that it is referred to as the War of US Aggression, and intentional phrasing could come off as inflammatory if you or your family served in the military. Much of this museum tells an unbiased perspective of the War, through photography of both sides of combat, and for any war or notable military buff the vehicles and weapons saved here are in excellent condition and very interesting. Remember, it's hard, but call it your duty to go and see, it's a part of world history and should not be forgotten so we may remember to avoid future war.

  • Hard to walk through. It's an emotional experience like the World War 2 museum in DC. Not much in a historical order which is slightly annoying, but it's still powerful. I wish there was more historical context to understand the warring sides and the impact here in comparison to the bordering countries as well. But it still gave so much insight. I think the Effects of Agent Orange exhibit is a bit too disturbing and can be passed through quickly or avoided completely and still get a full experience. It's upsetting that people who are victims walk around this museum asking for money. I can't write much more about that before getting into a long discussion on my thoughts. But just be forewarned they are there

  • I liked this place . The court yard with all the American war machines was very impressive . If you are weak hearted or offended by things easily the photos in the museum will bother you . I enjoyed seeing some pretty incredible photos from the war. The only thing I did not like was that a good portion of the descriptions behind the pictures are factually false . The government is trying to make the Americans look like pure animals when in fact a lot of the pictures of the killings were done by north and south Vietnamese to each other. And some artifacts had false stories behind it as well. Just keep that in mind as you walk through the halls. For those us who had father's in the war, keep that in mind .

  • Amazing museum that had me in tears. Powerful pictures (some disturbing) regarding the #Vietnam war. I didn't take pictures of those images I did see but there were some I couldn't even look at. Pictures of children and babies... It was extremely hard to take. I wasn't the only one in tears either. Again, amazing museum! So much information and artifacts on display. I was honored to witness this.

  • This is such a great way to find out about the atrocities that happened in Vietnam. It is horrific but honest and we really liked to see it. It was a big part of why i came to Vietnam. The history and the war. Is is such a beautiful land. This museum is very graphic.

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