Museums in Danang


1. Da Nang Museum – National relics of Dien Hai

– The Da Nang Museum was established in 1989 and completed the construction of a new national monument into Dien Hai in 2011 with the purpose of preserving the antiquities found here. Currently, Da Nang Museum has more than 3000m2 exhibition space, including 3 storey store many objects of cultural value for the people of Danang.

– Danang Museum is unique and new, has a specific promotion plan, is equipped with audiovisual equipment and modern lighting system, guided staff trained formally, thanks But Da Nang Museum has gone beyond its original purpose, getting rid of the tedious and stereotypical feeling, gradually becoming a cultural symbol of Da Nang people and a favorite destination of people.

– Address: 24 Tran Phu, Thach Thang Ward, Hai Chau Dist., Danang

– Phone: 0236 3886 236 – 0236 3887 635

– Opening hours: 7:30 – 16:30 every day (the museum closes on Monday)

– Cost: VND 20,000 / person, free of charge for children, pupils, students, the elderly, people with disabilities, citizens residing.

2. Danang Fine Arts Museum – one of the three art museums in the country

– Da Nang Museum of Fine Arts was started in 2014 and completed in 2016, with the function of collecting, preserving, displaying and introducing typical works of Da Nang and South Central Vietnam. Ministry – Central Highlands. The museum has 3 floors displaying more than 604 sculptures, folk art, fine arts, modern art …

Da Nang Museum of Fine Arts is one of the three museums of art in the country (after Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi). The museum is not only a playground but also a cradle of art, raising great love of the beauty of artists and people of Da Nang.

– Address: 78 Le Duan Street, Hai Chau District, Danang

– Phone: 0236 3865 399 – 0236 3865 688

– Opening hours: 8am – 6pm daily

– Cost of visit: Free for everyone

3. Museum of Cham Sculpture – Museum of Vietnam scale

– The first building of the Cham sculpture museum was built in 1915 by a French architect, experiencing two expansions in 1936 and 2002 but the museum retains the ancient architecture of the temple. Cham towers in combination with traditional French architecture.

– The Cham Museum of Sculpture is Vietnam’s largest scale artifact museum, with about 400 works being displayed and more than 2,000 works being kept in the museum. the brilliant art of the Champa kingdom, affirming the value of the unique native culture in the world.

– Address: 02, Street 2/9, Hai Chau District, HCMC. Danang

– Phone: 0236 3470 114

– Opening hours: 7am – 5pm

– Cost of visit: 40,000 for adults; VND 5,000 for students; Free for children under 16 years old.

4. Museum of Buddhist Culture – the first Buddhist Museum in Vietnam

– The Museum of Buddhist Culture, built in late 2014 and opened on December 24, 2015, is the first Buddhist museum in Vietnam, located on the second floor of the Sen Ngoc Senate, in the mold. Quan The Temple m. The museum displays more than 700 rare and precious objects on the way of development of Buddhist culture through different periods, including Buddha statues, statues and statues made of precious stones, bronze, pottery, wood …

– The Museum creates a spiritual destination in the clusters of Ngu Hanh Son, which crystallizes the essence of Buddhist culture, legends and myths that lead to spiritual life, noble spirituality, bring people feel peace.

– Address: 48 Su Van Hanh, Ngu Hanh Son Dist., Danang

– Opening hours: 7am – 5pm

– Cost of visit: Free for everyone.

5. Dong Dinh Museum – Memories garden, harmonious with nature

– Dong Dinh Museum is the first private museum in Central Vietnam licensed in 2011, synthesized many collections display by artist Do Huy Huy Giao on the area of ​​1000m2 with 4 main areas: antique exhibitions, fine art exhibits, fishing village memorabilia, ethnographic displays. The purpose of the Dong Dinh Museum is not to make a profit, but mainly to contribute to the general appearance of Danang.

– The museum is located on the sloping slope of Son Tra Peninsula, a museum with very different architecture, combining ecological preservation with artistic space, you can walk on the road shady green trees, listening to the sound of the wind, birds singing, flowing streams and visiting the historical material, so the museum is called a memorial garden!

– Address: Suoi But, Hoang Sa street, Tho Quang Ward, Son Tra Dist., Danang.

– Phone: 0913.494.473 – 0913.492.279

– Opening hours: 8am – 5pm

– Cost of visit: Free for everyone.

6. Ho Chi Minh Museum, Military Zone 5 – Revolutionary history

– Ho Chi Minh Museum – Branch of military zone 5 was built in 1976 and went into operation in 1977 with items such as stilt house, garden and fish pond Uncle Ho as the garden of Uncle Ho in the master with the ratio of 1: 1 and the exhibition about the life, career of Uncle.

– In 1982, the building museum added to the revolutionary military history quarters of the military zone 5, displaying a variety of weapons, materials, images and artifacts during the two wars of resistance against the French. is associated with the touching story about the indomitable bravery of the generation of his father to accompany the five months.

– Address: No. 01 – 03, Duy Tan street, Hai Chau district. Danang.

– Phone: 0236 3624 014

– Opening hours: 7:30 – 16:30 every day.

– Cost of visit: Free for domestic visitors, 20.000đ for foreign guests.

7. Danang Oceanographic Museum – expected completion in 2020

– The Da Nang Oceanographic Museum is being built at Son Tra Peninsula with a total area of over 20,000m2, which is the basis for providing visitors with information about the marine biological diversity in the Central and cultural life of the residents. Da Nang seaport, the history of the formation and development of the port city, the operation of the Da Nang maritime past and present …

In the future you will have another interesting attraction when traveling to Da Nang! ^^