The trend of visiting art and culture centers or museums is very popular with young people.
Instead of going to splendid and luxurious cafes, comfortable resorts, or remote beaches, recently, a part of young people in Hanoi chooses to visit cultural and art centers. art and museums.
According to some young people, they love going to such places because it has both beautiful scenery and the opportunity to learn more about culture and history.
Visits to art and cultural centers and museums are very cheap, the entrance ticket is only a few tens of thousands of dong, but in return, you get a lot of things. Not only beautiful photos but also more knowledge.
Here are 5 such places that stand out.
1. Hanoi Museum – Pham Hung, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi
Hanoi Museum is a leading attraction for young people. Previously, the museum was located on Ham Long Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi. On October 6, 2010, on the occasion of the 1000th anniversary of Thang Long – Hanoi, the museum was officially inaugurated and moved to its current location, Pham Hung Street, Nam Tu Liem, Hanoi.
Hanoi Museum with unique inverted pyramid architecture.(Photo by VietnamPlus)
Established in 1982, the museum currently stores tens of thousands of antiques including stone, bronze, and ceramics of the Ly, Tran, Le Nguyen dynasties… or foreign ceramic antiques.
The most special highlight of the Hanoi museum is the inverted pyramid structure, including 4 floors. The floor with the largest area is the 4th floor, the lower floors will have a smaller area. Besides the main exhibition building, the museum campus area has many trees, creating rich vegetation.
Hanoi Museum often welcomes many delegations of foreign students, students or research groups and trainees. Recently, the museum has become the leading place to attract young people in Hanoi when every corner here can produce eye-catching photos.
Young people are interested in visiting and checking-in at Hanoi Museum recently.(Photo @hwangzannam, @_ant.ran_, @hshushu13_)
Opening time: 8:00 – 11:30 and 13:30 – 17:00, from Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday).
2. Vietnam Fine Arts Museum – Nguyen Thai Hoc, Ba Dinh, Hanoi
Established in 1966, the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum currently keeps more than 18,000 artifacts in the country, representing Vietnam’s fine arts from prehistoric times to the present.
All are presented according to the historical process, genre, and material, making sightseeing easier and more convenient.
Not only the value of preserving cultural and artistic heritage treasures, the architecture of the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum is also a factor attracting visitors. Formerly a French building, the museum owns superficial and luxurious European architecture, including 2 floors on a total surface area of 4737m2 and a display area of 1200m2.
The corner of the corridor on the first floor of the museum is loved by many young people, taking pictures to check-in.(Photo @bycelestenguyen, @bycelestenguyen, @phwwwg___)
Later, the renovation added more architectural lines of Vietnamese communal houses to match the function of the museum.
The museum is located on Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, right next to the Van Mieu Quoc Tu Giam relic, so it is very suitable for trips that combine visiting many cultural and historical sites.
The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum is suitable for visits to many monuments.
Opening time: 8:30 – 17:00, from Tuesday to Sunday (closed Monday).
3. Fine Arts Gallery – Ngo Quyen, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Not as famous as the two museums mentioned above, but the Fine Arts Gallery located on Ngo Quyen Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi is an attractive destination for people who love and have the expertise and fine arts in particular. like art in particular.
The exhibitor under the Vietnam Fine Arts Association is often called by the painters by the affectionate name “House 16 Ngo Quyen”. Previously, the exhibition house was at 10 Hang Dao. However, due to the narrow area due to the characteristics of the old town’s tube houses, it was relocated to 16 Ngo Quyen.
At the exhibition house 16 Ngo Quyen, many works of art and shaping are displayed. In addition, every weekend or on special occasions and holidays, this place is often the place to hold contests or private exhibitions of artists.
Exhibition Hall No. 16 displays many works of art in many genres, attracting a large number of foreign tourists.(Photo @zizohanoi, @peastory)
Opening time: 8:30am – 7:00pm every day of the week.
4. Hanoi Fine Arts & Photography Exhibition Center – Hang Bai, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi
Similar to Fine Arts Exhibition No. 16 Ngo Quyen, Hanoi Fine Arts & Photography Exhibition Center is a place unfamiliar to young people, but art connoisseurs frequent.
This is a place that regularly organizes exhibitions on Fine Arts and Photography at home and abroad, serving tourists, organizations and government agencies.
The Fine Arts & Photography Gallery is nestled at number 29 on the busy Hang Bai street.
The central space is 270m2, divided into 5 galleries. The works here are themed, arranged intelligently, combined with moderate lighting.
Coming here, you will have the opportunity to admire the paintings, unique and highly symbolic pictures with many meaningful and valuable messages.
This place often organizes many highly specialized events.
Opening time: Depends on the time of each event.
5. Museum of Ethnology – Nguyen Van Huyen, Cau Giay, Hanoi
The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is a place to preserve the cultural and historical features of 54 ethnic groups across the country, which is a comprehensive picture, introducing the cultural life of ethnic communities.
Established in 1997, up to now, the museum holds about 30,000 objects, attracting about 500,000 visitors each year.
The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is located on a large area.
More specifically, the Museum of Ethnology was designed by sword architect Ha Duc Linh, a native of the Tay ethnic group. The interior is designed by half a French architect.
Located on an area of 2000m2, the Museum of Ethnology is divided into 3 main exhibition areas. Including: Exhibition area in the Drum Dong building, the Southeast Asia exhibition area and outdoor display area.
In addition to the cultural and artistic values or beautiful scenery, on some special occasions, the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology also regularly organizes special festivals with bold folk characteristics.
The Museum of Ethnology not only attracts young people but also families with young children.(Photo @dala_hye, @ngott.hien, @nm.ahn)
Opening time: 8:30 – 17:30, from Tuesday to Sunday (closed Monday).
Photo: Internet (Vietnamese.Quest.net)
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