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As no photo allowed, i just by mistake take this photo as impressed with the design of these stuff. The place are full of things used in old royal families, such as king crown clothes coins etc. discover yourself!!!
Entrance included in ticket to The Citadel, in the off-season they were less fussed about appropriate dress. 2 exhibits, the main exhibit housing antiques/artefacts from Nguyen dynasty. Most artefacts being pottery/metal wares used in day to day life, but professionally displayed in well lit cases...More
It is nice and quick complement of the visit of the citadel.
The artefacts are refined, without being particularly impressive.
The exhibition on the champa kingdom in an adjacent hall, is worth seeing.
Although we were refused entrance to the main museum because we were not dressed appropriately (must have sleeves and below knee covering) we walked around the grounds we came to this building with no security and even better, signs that say no photography. I wonder...More
A fine, peacefull and well appointed museum, Beautifull royal provenance pieces that are well presented. Most definitely worth a couple of hours for a visit.
Just a note to some of the previous reviewers; please keep in mind that Hué was almost obliterated from the...More
If you are already at the Citadel it is worth a visit to the Museum of Royal Antiquities. Your Citadel ticket will allow you to also visit the Museum. It is somewhat difficult to find as you have to to outside the complex walls and...More
Small but good collection of imperial furniture and artefacts clearly displayed in a beautiful old palace, close to the exit of the citadel. Sideshow in an adjacent building of good Champa sculture. Ticket is included in the citadel's so don't hesitate to give it a...More