Hanoi Museum - special cultural destination for tourists
The Hanoi Museum is a place that should not be missed for tourists who want to explore the capital.
The Hanoi Museum houses the proof of the city's past and present with thousands of capital-related artifacts that visitors shouldn't miss when touring the capital.
|Located on Pham Hung Street, next to the National Conference Center, the Hanoi Museum impresses tourists by a modern and unique architecture which looks like an inverted pyramid.|
|From a distance, the inverted pyramid building that houses the Hanoi Museum exerts an immediate impact on visitors.|
|With 12,000m2 of floor space on an area of 50,000 m2, this is the biggest and the most modern museum in the country.|
|Spacious campus and unique architecture makes the place a favorite destination for domestic and foreign visitors on a trip to Hanoi.|
|The building includes four upper floors and a two-level basement. The ground floor is designed to display some pottery pieces and for souvenir sale. The second floor exhibits antiques of Hanoi. The third floor displays collections which are donated by organizations and individuals; and the fourth floor is where a gallery of ancient Hanoi is showcased.|
|One of numberous artifacts on display at the museum.|
|An artifact is displayed at the Hanoi Museum.|
|Not only boasting a large collection of artifacts and materials related to the history of the capital city, the Hanoi Museum hosts trade fairs and artistic functions as well.|
Nhat Minh - Thanh Hai
Hanoi Museum, is gathering objects to prepare for its most profound permanent exhibition ever, according to Nguyen Tien Da, director of the museum.