Hoi An Museum of History and Culture is situated at 10B Tran Hung Dao Street, Hoi An City, Quang Nam Province. The museum was established in 1989, and contains 335 exhibits and documents concerning the formation and development of Hoi An.
The exhibits include pottery, ceramics, bronze, iron, paper, wood, etc., which are classified into three eras: prehistory, Champa period and Dai Viet period. These phases correspond to Sa Huynh Culture (before the 2nd centuries AD), Champa culture (the 2nd-15th centuries AD) and Dai Viet, Dai Nam Culture (the 16th-19th centuries) respectively.
Visiting Hoi An Museum of History and Culture is also a chance for visitors to explore interesting things about Hoian Vietnam; for instance, the history of Tran Phu Street, the oldest street of Hoi An, the folk meaning and conception of the “eyes” on the doors of ancient houses and of the spiral carved patterns “De leaf” “Yin and Yang”, and many others.
It opens every day from 7.00am to 9.00pm, except on 25 monthly closes for professional activities.
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