I took my friends there when they came visit. We tried a lot of traditional games in the museum. The staff was helpful.
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This museum showcases the 54 minority groups of Vietnam, most of them living in undeveloped mountain areas. It's not a large building and so each of the 54 groups gets very little showtime. Typically, there is a description of the districts in Vietnam where a...More
Went as a large high school trip, kept a lot of tired people interested and engaged for a long period time, my only regret is not realising we had access to the new building beside the main museum, i only got a chance to see...More
I visited with my family, it was nice to see many ethnic cultures through live size houses and other things which Tribal people of Vietnam use.
With an informative guide who spoke excellent English, we were delighted to be able to learn much more about the life and cultural practices of a range of different groups in Vietnam. This really expanded our understanding of the synthesis of many different peoples, beliefs...More
Gives great insights on origin of South East Asian demography, language and culture. The real size wooden hut/houses at the backyard allows you to enter and experience village folk lifestyle
A great package tour in north of Vietnam booked via HALONG SAPA EXPERTS website agent and we visited the museum of Ethnology and the tour was fantastic and our other tours to Halong bay, Sapa were great as well
The museum of Ethnology is a great place to learn and understand the complexity of a country with so many ethnic groups. As you walk through the building, you are shown the particularities of each group and how they live. It is well designed -...More
Most of the museum in Hanoi was boring to us but this one surprised us a lot! The exhibitions (Vietnamese ethnology & the world's culture) were very good and interesting. The outdoor ethnic minority houses were even better as they provided the close-up views and...More