• Sống Platform - Vietnam's First Digital Museum in Hue
    Address: A2 Area, Hùng Vương Tourism and Commercial Zone, Phú Hội Ward, Hue City
    Sống Platform showcases digital artworks by Vietnamese artists, combining elements of education, art, and entertainment. SốngLab offers a unique space equipped with state-of-the-art technology, allowing artists to unleash their creativity and produce unprecedented digital artworks, often rich in local cultural influences.
  • The Museum of Nguyen Dynasty Commissioned Porcelains is the first private museum in Thua Thien Hue province
    Phone: +84 234 3571 961
    Address: 114 Mai Thuc Loan Street, Dong Ba Ward, Hue City
    The term "Nguyen Dynasty Commissioned Porcelains" refers to porcelain items that were ordered by the Vietnamese, including emperors and officials, in various Chinese porcelain kilns from the late 17th century to the early 20th century. These items were customized in terms of design, colors, decorative patterns, and inscriptions.
  • Phone: 0234 6274 771
    Address: Kim Son village, Thuy Bang commune, Huong Thuy town, Thua Thien Hue province
    Located in the ancient capital of Hue, Lebadang Memory Space is a project that materializes the cherished aspirations of artist Lebadang. He held a deep attachment to Hue and envisioned it as a cultural and artistic capital of contemporary Vietnam in the 21st century.
  • Phone: 0234 2218 675 - 0935 811 956
    Address: Bao La Hamlet, Quang Phu Commune, Quang Dien District, Thua Thien Hue Province
    The People's Committee of Thua Thien Hue province has just issued a decision to recognize the Bao La bamboo and rattan tourist site (in Bao La - Duc Nhuan village, Quang Phu commune, Quang Dien district).
  • Phone: 02343524429
    Address: 03 Le Truc, Phu Hau, Hue City, Thua Thien Hue
    Established in 1923, Hue Royal Antiquities Museum is one of the earliest museums in Vietnam with the first name of Khai Dinh Musée. The main building of the museum is Long An Palace, which was once considered one of the most beautiful houses of Vietnamese royal architecture. Once upon a time, before 1945, this was one of the brightest museums in Indochina and was known by many researchers and associations around the world.
  • General Nguyen Chi Thanh Museum in Hue
    Phone: 0234 6274 771 - 0817 275 252
    Address: 144 Dang Thai Than, Thuan Hoa Ward, Hue City
    General Nguyen Chi Thanh Museum, located at 144 Dang Thai Than, Thuan Hoa Ward, Hue City, is the fourth non-public museum in Thua Thien Hue province.
  • Address: 94-96-98 Bach Dang, Hue City
    “Intercultural Meeting Place” is a cultural place that has just been opened on April 26, 2023, by Prof. PhD. Thai Kim Lan. This is also the address of Lan Vien Co Tich 2 in addition to Lan Vien Co Tich 1 – Huong River Ancient Pottery Museum on Nguyen Phuc Nguyen Street.
  • Phone: +84. 913.745,933
    Address: 53 Ham Nghi, Phuoc Vinh ward, Hue city, Thua Thien Hue province
    On July 06/7/2022, 1578/ the Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee issued Decision No. 53QD-UBND authorizing non-public museum activities at No. 53 Ham Nghi, Phuoc Vinh Ward, Hue City, Thua Thien Hue Province, with the name: Cecile Le Pham Fine Arts Museum.
  • Address: 120 Nguyen Phuc Nguyen, Hue city
    When you come to Hue, take a little more time to go to this unique exhibition space, listen to Ms. Thai Kim Lan's story about Hue, and listen to ancient pottery telling the story of the Perfume line.
  • Phone: +84 234 3524 429
    Address: No. 3 Le Truc street, Hue city, Vietnam
    Hue's Royal Antiquities Museum was recently relocated to a newly renovated palace at its previous address by the citadel. It may be the best available collection of ornaments from dynastic times but it's a disappointment.
  • Phone: 0234.3895558
    Address: 151 Thien Thai, An Tay Ward, Hue City
    About 7 kilometers from the center of Hue City, 3 kilometers far from Nam Giao Esplanade, the 28-hectare Huyen Tran Culture Center at the foot of Ngu Phong Mountain is famous for its splendid landscapes and its solemn atmosphere for pilgrims to express love and gratitude to Princess Huyen Tran of the Tran Dynasty.
  • Phan Boi Chau is a patriotic activist who is widely known in Japan, particularly best known through the "Go East" (Dong Du) Movement. During his time in Japan, Phan Boi Chau was not only supported by Japanese political leaders, but also locals who contributed to accelerate and support his activities.

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