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I had wanted to do the museum on our drive to Ban Gioc Falls, unfortunately, no one had informed us its closes for lunch at 11 am. We reached here at 10:40 and were allowed inside without any tickets as they said they will be...More
We stopped to visit museum of Ethnology on the way to Ba Be lake for trekking tour of 3 days, the visit gave us a perfect introduction and excellent insight into ethnic cultures, way of life and tradition. We highly recommended this visit
If you are in the area you must visit this wonderful museum. It has life size ethic tribal houses you can enter and see first had. It displays ethic dress from many communities. Also on display are musical instruments, historical photos, artwork and handicrafts. It...More
we visited the museum to know more about the minorities we saw. There is a good overview, but the information (traditional clothes, houses, work, ..) stops about 20 years ago. Nice to see, but needs a update to the currently situation
It's somewhat out of the way but it was my favorite part of this city. So many fascinating bits of information. I loved getting to walk around their homes and see how people lived, what they wore, what they eat. It was a wonderful experience....More
This museum is constructed and designed well with a lot of areas and unique architectures of different regions in Vietnam (Northwest, Northeast, Tokin, Central, Highlands, South, Mekong delta...) You should come there all days of a week, except for every Monday. It looks like a...More
We visited this museum on our way from Hanoi to Ba Be National Park, and are we glad we did. Admittedly this kind of folk museum appeals to us, but it was such a treat to come across this absorbing and interesting place in an...More