Ho Chi Minh city museums offer free entry on National Reunification Day

Wednesday, 24/04/2024 11:22
State-owned museums in Ho Chi Minh city will offer free entry to visitors on the occasion of the 49th anniversary of the Liberation of the South and National Reunification on April 30.
Photo for illustration (Source: https://ttbc-hcm.gov.vn) 

The museums will also be free on the International Labour Day, May 1.

Local residents and students from colleges and universities will be encouraged to visit the HCM City Museum of History in Nguyen Binh Khiem street and HCM City Museum in Ly Tu Trong street of District 1.

The Ho Chi Minh City War Remnants Museum in Vo Van Tan street and HCM City Southern Women’s Museum of District 3 are also included.

These museums were also opened free to the public on April 18 to celebrate Hung Kings’ Day, the anniversary of the death of the legendary founders of the nation on the 10th day of the third lunar month.

Ho Chi Minh city is home to 17 museums and 185 historical and cultural heritage sites.

According to Ho Chi Minh city Department of Culture and Information, museums in the locality attracted more than 3 million visitors last year, double the amount compared to the same period of 2022. The number of foreign visitors was around 250,000./.

Compiled by BTA