Fine Arts Museum – a combination of Vietnamese fine arts from the prehistoric period to modern times
Opened to the public in June 1966, Fine Arts Museum in the French style offers a great chance to admire the precious Vietnamese fine arts from the prehistoric period to modern times. It presents various fine arts in different ages to visitors to appreciate.
Fine Arts Museum Fast Facts
- Name: Fine Arts Museum (Viện Bảo tàng Mỹ thuật)
- Location: Bating Square , Hanoi
- Things to do there: Vietnamese Fine Arts, Photography, Vietnamese Culture
- Who visits: Fine Arts Lovers, Photographers, Culture Lovers
- Time required: 2 – 3 x hours
What to expect at the Fine Arts Museum
Visitors can appreciate the old wooden and stone sculptures, ceramics, lacquerware, bronzes, and textiles in Ancient Vietnam. The modern lacquer painting, carved lacquer, oil painting, prints, gouache, silk painting as well as sculpture are well-preserved in the museum. Through the exhibits, visitors can also get acquainted with the local life.
Best time to visit the Fine Arts Museum
The best time to visit Fine Arts Museum – Bảo Tàng Mỹ Thuật is any time during the day as it’s indoors.
You could visit the museum at any time throughout the year.
How to get to the Fine Arts Museum
A few buses pass by the museum. Therefore, there are a few options.
- Rent a vehicle to the museum. This is the quickest and most direct option.
- Take Bus 2, 23 or Bus 41 to the Stop of Bệnh viện Xanhpon. Then, walk to the museum.
Additional Fine Arts Museum Travel Advice
- Opening hours: 08:30 – 17:00
- As at 23rd October 2020, the entrance pricing to the museum is 40,000 VND per person; children between 6 years old (6 years old included) and 16 years old (16 years old not included) are charged 10,000 VND per person; children under 6 years old and disabled people are free of charge. For the latest pricing information, please contact us via email (email@example.com)
- If you want to take photos, please consult the reception what parts are permitted to be taken photos.
- Please don’t wear shorts, skirts and slippers in the museum.
- Please keep quiet in the museum.