Vietnam Museum of Revolution Tours

Situated within a two-story French colonial building in the Tong Dan area of Hanoi, the Vietnam Museum of Revolution opened in 1959. It’s home to 30 galleries with a vast collection of exhibits that illustrate the conflict and revolution within Vietnam throughout its history.

Periods covered at the museum include the liberation movements against the French before the Vietnamese Communist Party was established, the country’s struggle for independence under the leadership of the Communist Party soon after, and the construction of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam during the mid-1970s until the mid-1990s.

These movements and periods in Vietnam’s history are largely depicted with photographs, as well as newspapers, flags, poems, statues, and some larger military items outside.

Practical Info

The Vietnam Museum of Revolution is around a 20-minute walk from Hanoi’s Old Quarter.
Address: 25 Tong Dan Street, Hanoi, Northern Vietnam, Vietnam
Hours: Open daily 8am-12pm and 1:30pm-5pm (Closed on the first Monday of every month)
Admission: 20,000 dong
Read More

1 Tours & Activities to Experience

Clear all
Select Dates
Sort by:Default

Hanoi French Quarter Half-Day Walking Tour

Be charmed by Hanoi’s French Quarter on a private 3-hour walking tour of its cultural highlights. Set out on foot in the morning or afternoon, accompanied by a personal guide who details the architectural landmarks. Stroll to Hoan Kiem Lake and see the State Bank of Vietnam as well as prominent government buildings. Marvel at the French-colonial grandeur of the Sofitel Metropole Legend Hotel and Hanoi Opera House. View the National Museum of Vietnamese History and Museum of the Vietnamese Revolution, continuing along the shop-lined Trang Tien.
  • Duration: 12 hours
See Details
  • Duration: 12 hours

Having trouble booking online?
(888) 651-9785
Call (888) 651-9785