Sunday, 5/26/2019
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Bảo tàng lịch sử Quốc gia

Vietnam National Museum of History

The building at 216 Tran Quang Khai street (the former National Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution) was constructed in 1917 as the headquarters of the Indochina Department of Trade. In 1954, when the North was liberated, the Government Council led by President Ho Chi Minh decided to transform this building into a new Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution, which would showcase Vietnamese history from the mid-19th century to the present day. After 5 years of planning and development, the Museum was officially opened to the public on 6 January 1959.

Vietnamese history from the mid-19th century to the present day
Site map floor 1
The Resistance against American Imperialism, Liberation of the South and unification of the country (1955-1975)Vietnam on the path to building a prosperous people, strong country, and a fair, democratic and civilized society (1976 to the present day)Gifts from Vietnamese and foreign people to President Ho Chi Minh and the Communist Party of Vietnam
Site map floor 2
The resistance against French colonialism (1946-1954)The struggles for independence of the Vietnamese people (1858-1945)The struggles for independence of the Vietnamese people (1858-1945)