Museum of Trade Ceramics

Interesting
The Museum of Trade Ceramics is housed in an elegant timber Chinese house that dates from the early 20C. Originally used as a dwelling and shop, the building was restored from 1993 to 1995 with the help of the Japanese government. The museum exhibits pieces of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese ceramics found during excavations carried out in the region, as well as drawings of the various architectural styles which are typical of the town.

Useful information

Address : 

Tran Phu 80

Opening hours

7am-8.30pm

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