The Museum of Vietnamese Revolution in Hanoi was established in 1959 and documents country’s struggle for independence and also the history of the Communist Party. The museum showcases the images from 1858 to the present.
The visit to Hanoi Museum of Vietnamese Revolution would be a time to understand the changing times of the society that ranges from the Vietnamese streets to the seats of power. The objects on display offer insight into the culture of Vietnam.
The artifacts in the Museum of Vietnamese Revolution in Hanoi includes a jar of 1920’s that stored the revolutionary documents, Japanese Buddhist Drum that was played during the rally and Vietnam’s first sewing machine. Here one would find several photographs and other documents capturing the moments of independence.
The display at the Museum of Vietnamese Revolution in Hanoi can be highlighted in the following topics- National Liberation Movement of Vietnam against the French before the Communist Party was established (1858- 1930), Independence struggle under Communist Party (1858- 1975) and construction of the Socialist regime (1976- 1994).
The Museum is open Monday to Sunday from 8 am to 11. 30 am and 1.30 pm to 4 pm.