Thursday, 11/14/2019
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Vietnam National Museum of History

Education and Public Relations

Among museum activities, the activity of Education and Public Relations is an important channel for conveying historical messages to the public.

The VNMH annually receives and guides more than 200,000 domestic and international visitors. In order to better the services, the VNMH always focus on research, innovation and application of scientific and technological advances in exhibition and education. The museum guides are regularly trained and improved their knowledge of history, culture and professional skills.

At present, the VNMH is applying the audio guidance system for visitors. This system regularly introduces the Vietnamese history from prehistory to the end of the Nguyen Dynasties (1945) in Vietnamese and English. Thanks to museum guides as well as the audioguide system, domestic and international visitors could understand better about museums. As a result, the more they understand about the museums, the more they fall in love with the history and culture of Vietnam.

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Diplomatic Delegation visiting the permanent exhibition system of the VNMH, June -2016

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Guiding international visitors at the permanent exhibition system of the VNMH

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Presenting for domestic visitors at the permanent exhibition system of the VNMH

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International visitor using audio guide service at VNMH

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War hero La Van Cau, Veteran Hoang Dang Vinh took a picture with Military Politic University’s students and staff of the Department of Education and Public Relations, May -2014

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Young soldiers exchanging with historical witnesses who participated in the Dien Bien Phu campaign, 2014

In recent years, VNMH has promoted many educational activities such as study tours for extra-curricular lessons; using the Museum's materials and artifacts in daily lesson; running the clubs of "I love history"and “historical class” for many students and seminars for audience. These events bring the teachers and students closer to the Museum. The "learning through play" method is highly appriciated and evaluated as the most comprehensive educational activity (knowledge, physical education and living skills) to help students enjoying history and achieving high results in learning.

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Hanoi disable students visiting and learning the history of Vietnam, April 16, 2014.

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A meeting of the "I love history" Club organized by the VNMH for primary students in Hanoi in 2012.

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Visitors experiencing “têm trầu” activity organized by the VNMH.