War Remnants Museum4468 Votes Currently Closed
- 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
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 Travel Tips
- The museum experience would be far better with a guide who can explain the war and its importance in detail.
Entrance Ticket Details For War Remnants Museum
- 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
- Closest Bus stop: 28 Vo Van Tan.
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91.17% of people who visit Ho Chi Minh City include War Remnants Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
88.29% of people start their War Remnants Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see War Remnants Museum
67.41% of people prefer walking in order to reach War Remnants Museum
War Remnants Museum Reviews & Ratings
Interesting avenue to learn about the old Vietnam war. Ticket is decently priced. Really love the outdoor display. Good for photography. Very informative. There are exhibits inside the building; all about their war history. And, There is a small coffee shop for your to chill down and relax. Getting here? Easy via GRAB.
This is a must see! But prepare yourself it’s not easy, and if you are easily impressed careful with some rooms. For me the worst was the agent orange room. I almost did not take pictures from this room, so don’t be fooled by my pics. Please do not take children to this place! If you really want to visit and you have children with you, I believe there is a spot to drop them on the 3rd floor. This is a harsh truth place! Hope you come out a better human being after being in here! Let’s all learn a bit from war, to always support peace!
A haunting look at a dark time in Americas history awaits people here (I'm not American, but even I felt extreme guilt looking at some of the exhibits which are geared towards the atrocities committed against Vietnam). After the initial "wow look at the machines of war" section outside the museum, there is a whole different experience inside. I will say that it is educational and treats a grave subject with the reverence it deserves. I will let you guys make up your own mind whether to visit or not.
A must see. Some very confronting history laid out for all to see. Need a good couple of hours to get around all floors & to read the at times graphic details. Some great photos. I came away with a far greater understanding of the Vietnam War
Didn't really know what to expect here. Being British, the war isn't part of my country's history, but I felt compelled to come here. It's very detailed, very informative, and very interesting. Start on the top floor, work your way down the next 2 floors. Some excellent photography, some of it very harrowing. I came here alone, as we'd been warned not to bring kids. To be fair, it would have been possible to have kept them out of certain rooms, but not sure what the kids would have got out of it. After visiting this place, I will definitely do some reading about the war. Once you've finished inside, there are a lot of US military vehicles which were used during the war, and there's also a small museum dedicated to prisons, although not on the scale of the one in Hanoi. There's a small souvenir shop, and a cafe where I had a beer to relax after the serious nature of the exhibits. All in all, an excellent place.