The weekend is always a great time to enjoy art. For the Museum Week theme “Art is Everywhere,” we decided to introduce the image of a smiling woman from the Lolo Hoa ethnic group in Vietnam. She is wearing a traditional costume made with the applique technique, representing the beauty and ingenuity of her people.
Welcome to VWM!
The VWM is centrally located on Ly Thuong Kiet Street, near Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter on the most ancient street in the capital city with many French-style buildings. Here, visitors will learn about the roles of Vietnamese women through the amazing and impressive exhibitions.
The women’s stories in the whole country are simple, but insightful. Love, sacrifices, and silent contributions form the temperament, beauty and importance of Vietnamese women and their crucial roles in the past, present and future. The museum has been collecting, preserving and introducing these values, and heritages to domestic and international visitors in hope that everyone will love, respect and be proud of Vietnamese women!
From 8 am to 5pm
Monday – Sunday
36 Ly Thuong Kiet St, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
This year, the Vietnam Festival of Creativity & Design 2020 will celebrate Vietnamese creativity through a series of online and offline activities.
Discover more diversified information and attractive stories about culture and history related to Vietnamese women through our exhibitions!
Madam Suga Mariko, the Japanese Prime Minister’s spouse, conveyed her great admiration for Vietnamese women during her visit to the Vietnamese Women’s Museum (VWM) on October 19th.
Distinct collections are reflected through Vietnamese women’s history, and their important contributions made to build and develop the nation.
"Eureka" - a famous exclamation attributed to the Greek mathematician Archimedes has been a familiar expression when it comes to celebrating new discoveries, inventions and creativity. It is also one of the themes of this year’s Museum Week. We will tell you a story with a “eureka factor,” which shows how skillful and talented Vietnamese people were during the wartime.
With the spirit "All for the front, all for the nation's victory", nun Dam Duyen in Nam Ngan, Thanh Hoa province volunteered to be a courier twice though bonzes did not need to take part in the movement to carry food and weapon and other things to the Dien Bien Phu Campaign.
Since the early days of the longest and most challenging diplomatic struggle in the history of our nation in the 20th century, Ms. Dương Thị Duyên, Head of the Southern News Department and a female journalist of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA), has been widely recognized and admired by many political activists and international media professionals in Paris.
On June 17th, journalist Huynh Dung Nhan released the book “40 years of Going, Loving, and Writing” at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum. The book depicted his journal career. This is one of the activities taking place in Hanoi on the occasion of the 98th celebration of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day (June 21, 1925 –June 21, 2023).
Leading up to International Women's Day (March 8), the 1,983rd anniversary of the HaiBa Trung uprising and the International Day of Happiness (March 20) the Vietnam womens Museum Womens Museum collaborated with journalist and direct or Mai Bong, on the morning of February 18, 2023 to open the exhibition "Dare to live a brilliant life".
“War” – a word, when mentioned, provokes the image of brutality and separation. A memorial to the generation who participated in two resistance wars against France and America. To the generation who sacrificed their souls and blood for their independence and the freedom of their nation. To the generation’s power to overcome those days with the pure and sacred love for their nation.