Vietnam Military History Museum: A place to preserve heroic memories.

The Vietnam Military History Museum is a place to display artifacts and images reflecting the long and arduous resistance war against the French and Americans of our army and people until liberation.










Vietnam Military History Museum - a place that preserves the heroic memories of the nation, is one of the places to visit when traveling to Hanoi. The new Vietnam Military History museum project is being accelerated in construction in Dai Mo commune, Tu Liem district, making people eagerly look forward to it.

1. Address and opening hours of Vietnam Military History Museum.

Vietnam Military History Museum is located at 28A Dien Bien Phu Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi City. 

The museum is open to visitors all week including holidays, except Mondays and Fridays. Mornings from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.












2. Ticket price for Vietnam Military History Museum

Visitors must buy tickets to visit the Vietnam Military History Museum. The ticket price for Vietnamese guests is 20,000 VND/ticket, while for foreign guests it is 40,000 VND/ticket.





Cases of 50% reduction in entrance fees include: teenagers under 15 years old, the elderly, pupils and students. Or visitors can visit the museum between 11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. or 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Free admission cases include: Vietnamese heroic mothers, soldiers, people with meritorious services to the revolution, veterans, ex-soldiers, family members of war invalids and martyrs, people in remote areas, People with disabilities, children under 6 years old.


In addition, there are also photography and videography services on site. Cases that are exempt include press agencies and recording studios to serve propaganda and political tasks.


3. Introduction to the Vietnam Military History Museum

Vietnam Military History Museum has a total area of up to 10,000 square meters. The museum was built in 1956, and in 1959 it was inaugurated and began welcoming tourists.










Vietnam Military History Museum is one of six national museums and is known as the "living history book" of the Vietnamese revolution. This place displays many images and artifacts that truly reflect the years of fierce but heroic struggle of our nation. Tens of thousands of documents and artifacts of great historical significance are collected, preserved and displayed here, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world every year.


4. Journey to visit the Vietnam Military History Museum

You can visit the Vietnam Military History museum following the historical progression from the reign of Hung Vuong - An Duong Vuong onwards. Then came the period of establishment of the Vietnam People's Armed Forces 1930 - 1975, the August Revolution of 1945, the Winter-Spring Strategic Offensive of 1953 - 1954, and finally the period of building and defending the Fatherland. from 1975 to present. The professional and elaborate display system with thousands of images, artifacts, scientific documents, documentaries and even compasses reflects Vietnam's military history through each period.


Besides, you can also visit the Vietnam Military History Museum in separate areas. The outdoor display area is majestically designed with many outstanding historical artifacts such as aircraft, tanks, guns and ammunition... of large size.





















The first floor lobby has 3 areas: the area recreating our army from the time of the Hung King until Ngo Quyen defeated the Nam Han army, the area where the statue of Uncle Ho and images of the resistance war against the French are placed, the area recreating the wars from the Ly Dynasty. to the Nguyen Dynasty.














The second floor displays detailed documents and images related to the two resistance wars against the French and the Americans. There are many valuable artifacts here such as Sam 2, Sam 3 missiles, MiG19, MiG2 aircraft, a bicycle in the Dien Bien Phu campaign or even a tank of the mechanized army entering Saigon on January 30. April 1975.

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