Vietnam Women’s Museum
Vietnam Women’s Museum is located in the centre of Hanoi on Ly Thuong Kiet Street,
Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Characteristic: The Vietnam Women’s Museum covers a 4,500m² area planted with beautiful trees. It was open on the 20th October 1995 on the 65th anniversary of the Vietnamese Women’s Association’s establishment.
Documents and objects are displayed
and carefully preserved and maintained in this place, expressing the role of
women in the process of the development of the Vietnamese nation. The museum is
also a place for cultural exchange for Vietnamese and international women with
the goal of creating “equality, development, and peace”. The exhibits are
displayed on an area of 1,200m² on two-storey building; the museum organized
around five main themes:
- Vietnamese women in Vietnamese community.
- The involvement of Vietnamese women in the fight for national independence and national construction.
- The Vietnamese Women’s Association and its struggle to liberate women.
- The culture of Vietnamese women expresses through traditional handicraft products.
-Women costumes of the 54 Vietnamese ethnic groups.
The museum is open daily except Monday, from 8 am to 4 pm.
Source: Vietnam Administration of Tourism