Besides the Ho Chi Minh Museum and the Museum of Memories of War, the Revolutionary Museum is also worth a visit in the city. Located in District One, it stands in an old colonial-style palace, and offers a tour through the country's revolutionary history. There is a scene with the caption "Independence or Death", which really hits home. Outside the palace, there are helicopters and aeroplanes. Admission is only 15.000VND, and it is open every day. Not to be confused with other museums, this is located at 114 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Trong corner 65 Ly You, in District 1.
Danang Province, is in central Vietnam, and is one of the most visited provinces and also the one with the best connections to visit the rest of the country. An interesting visit, Cham Museum was constructed in the era of French colonization, and brings together a big collection of Cham art, archaeological finds that were in other provinces. The museum opened in the year 1936, and was named "Musée Henri Parmentier" Cham museum and is divided into 4 rooms with its halls, galleries and a house: The rooms are called My Son, Tra Kieu, Dong Duong, Thap Mam, the home Quang Nam, Quang Tri and the galleries, Quang Ngai, Binh Dinh and Quang Binh. They were discovered with over 300 pieces dating from the 7th century to the 15th century. In the 80s, many of these sculptures were lost, although today there are 294, which give us an idea of the time. Cham architecture originates from the period that goes between the fifth and fifteenth centuries, their representation is very sensual and the image of fertility is one of the most represented. Most figures are made of terracotta, and not well protected,. At the information sites we could find and a short explanation of what they mean, and there are some of them in a small garden entry. Although the smell of mold is suffocating, the place is worth a visit .
Architects Delaval and Auclair started construction in 1915 during the French colonization and the museum finally opened in 1936. The museum was extended as new discoveries were made. There are four main rooms. At first there were over 300 pieces on display dating from the seventh century to the fifteenth century and Even thought they lost various pieces in the the 80s there are still many statues of great quality. The "cham" constituted a kingdom that settled in central and southern Vietnam. The "Vietnamese" were settled in the north and were gradually gaining terrain to drive out the "chan" in 1832. The "cham" had its roots in India so their architecture and gods are the same. We can see sculptures of Ganesha, son of Shiva, with a child's body and an elephant head, Shiva, Brahma, the creator god the universe, etc..