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The museum is on Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, in a coffee city project in Buon Ma Thuot City, Dak Lak, known as the "Coffee Capital" of Vietnam.
The Vietnam National Museum of History stands as the top historical museums in the country with the most objects, including 110,000 documents and antiques dated back from the prehistoric time to 1945.
Two national treasures – a wooden burial jar with a bronze drum as a lid and an animal figure dating back thousands years ago – are among about 1,300 artifacts and 500 scientific documents on display at the Binh Duong Museum in Thu Dau Mot City.
A museum cares for and displays a collection of artifacts and other objects of artistic, cultural, historical, or scientific importance.
Relics, heritage and culture sites could be considered as natural resources to develop Vietnam’s tourism.
Bat Trang Ceramics Museum tells the story of 19 native families in the village who have developed their pottery imbued with the culture of each dynasty in the flow of time.
"We display war artifacts so that the next generation can see how parents went through harsh historical periods to gain and maintain independence today," said Mr. Nguyen Van Tu about the museum.
The Rural Museum, located in the tranquil village of Binh Di in Giao Thien Commune, Giao Thuy District, is about 110km from Hanoi.
Located in Kmrong Prong B village in Ea Tu commune, Buon Ma Thuot city, Dak Lak province, Ama H’Mai museum provides visitors with an insight into the life of Central Highlanders.
Museums all around the world, including Vietnam, are going digital.
When travelers arrive in Quang Ninh, a tourist hotspot in Northern Vietnam, they can observe not only places of scenic beauty but also priceless national treasures. There are eight ancient artifacts that are carefully preserved in this province.
Social distancing has not stopped museums in Hanoi from working hard to prepare exciting new offerings using technology.
The excavation under the National Assembly's underground house carried out in 2008 - 2009 by the Institute of Archeology has discovered 140 relics and thousands of artifacts from different periods.
Not only display pictures and movies, museums have nowadays applied digital technologies which are opening up new dimensions of the museum experience to attract visitors especially youngsters who are inclined to learn about history in museums.
The Viet Nam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT) has launched new tours to museums, theatres and other places of historic and cultural interest in the capital to highlight their remarkable history.