Entry Fee : Adults: VND 40,000,
Children (6-16 years): VND 20,000,
Chidren (below 6): No Entry Fee,
Guided Group Tours (25 people max): VND 150,000
Timings : 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi gives a visual representation of country caught in the throes of war. Located just across the Temple of Literature, the Museum houses a small collection of indigenous artwork of 20th and 21st centuries. The themes of patriotism and martyrdom abound in the artworks, while some of the effigies, lacquers and paintings provide a glimpse of Vietnamese heritage and folktales.
The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum houses the country's finest collections of paintings, sculptures, lacquer, prints and ceramics. Colloquially known as Vien Bao Tang My Thuat Viet Nam, the museum was established in 1966. Previously a French girls boarding school, the architecture of the building is a combination of French and Vietnamese communal houses. Its collection ranges from pre-history to modern times, with an extensive number of paintings depicting the Vietnamese resistance against the French and the Americans. Most of the paintings are replicates, having been destroyed during the Vietnam war, and display features of abstract impressionism.
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