Built to honour the history, culture and the people who stood up for the country, the Quang Trung Museum is a must-visit place if you like to explore the past.
Found about 40 kilometres away from the Quy Nhon city centre, this museum was built on the grounds of a Tay Son family member. The tamarind tree that still stands upright in the garden is said to have been planted by one of the brothers back in the day.
If you are staying in Quy Nhon, Vietnam at a property the likes of Quy Nhon Coastal Escape, planning a day trip and heading to the museum would be a smart idea. You can hire yourself a cab, or if you are in the mood, even use public transport.
How to explore the museum
There are various types of tours available, that come with guides who will tell you everything you need to know about the displays found in the museum.
The Quang Trung Museum is open from 7.30 to 11.30 in the morning, and again from 1.30 to 4.30 in the afternoon. The entry fee to the place is 10,000 in local currency. Weekdays must-visit is ideal if you want to avoid crowds.
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