Entry is free. If you don't understand history, it may waste your time. One thing I have experienced is that many museums will be closed during lunch time from about 11 am to 1:30 pm. So the plan should be adjusted accordingly. The entire exhibition helped visitors to appreciate the state of Vietnam’s founding and Uncle Ton’s great contribution to resistance to war and nation building, gradually establishing a people’s democratic political system in Vietnam.
The visit to the Sun Desheng Memorial Museum is restricted to a few rooms to record his life, struggles and victories. The first room shows the gifts he received from many countries during his presidency. The room upstairs displays portraits in various materials. The main room displays his golden star.
The Ho Chi Minh Memorial Museum is very large, and you will see a big bronze statue of Ho Chi Minh in the middle of the stairs. Most of the first floor is written to describe the great achievements of Ho Chi Minh, and the second floor displays the items used by Ho Chi Minh and the gifts to Ho Chi Minh from the countries visited and each country. They are very precious and worth visiting.
It was set up to commemorate Sun Desheng, an important figure in the history of Vietnam, with rich content and many exhibits.
This is a free-to-visit memorial hall dedicated to commemorating another national hero of Vietnam, Sun Desheng. The memorial has a two-story building, which introduces the life and deeds of this historical figure in more detail. Very few people came, so quiet.