Not worth visiting - not worth the money and also the time. Best use the time and money else where. Exhibits poorly displayed and upkept.
About Hoi An Museum
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Has the potential to be a wonderful place. The exhibits on the Vietnam War are genuinely interesting, and worth a look if you're into modern history. The local exhibits are less well-presented though are reasonable in their own right. The top floor of the museum...More
After enjoying the National Museum of Kuala Lumpur this was a definite disappointment. The displays were antiquated and dusty, the English sub-titles needed some correcting ... just as well it was free.
Given the rich cultural history of Hoi An, I had high hopes for this museum. Sadly I think you could get more information from the Wikipedia page. It seems as if it hasn't been touched since it was opened, and contains very little information about...More
We did not pay to enter the museum. The American war relics are in English but all the other items are not. The museum is very basic and tired but interesting. If you walk to the top floor you get a beautiful 360 degree view...More
Quite small, not anywhere near enough explanation of the artefacts to make it interesting. The art is all modern and unimpressive. Aircon turned off so far too hot. Half of it was closed, including the cafe which was simply a mess. No other visitors, staff...More
this is one of the tickets which you can use. they have a lot of artifacts during the war. a good place to learn more about the history of hoi an.
This is a small museum but with interesting exhibits. The signage for each exhibit is in both English and Vietnamese. It was only my husband and I at the museum and we figured that it's because this place is not well publicised. The fourth floor...More