On the afternoon of October 14, 2020, guests gathered at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum for the awards ceremony and opening of the photo exhibition UN 75 - The Future I Want.
The Vietnamese Women's Museum is temporarily closed from 14 March, 2020 to ensure public safety and prevent the spread of the Covid19 Virus.
We apologize for this inconvenience and look forward to seeing you soon.
On the occasion of Lunar New Year 2020, we would like to inform the public that the museum will open all time during the Tet holidays from 23 - 29, January (December 29 – January 5 2019 of the lunar calendar). We will meet the needs of both domestic and overseas visitors for the New Year
On the afternoon of December 7th 2019, the opening ceremony of the exhibition ‘Rendezvous between the old and the new’ was organized at the Vietnamese Women's Museum, introducing 20 traditional folk paintings created in a new and unique style by the young artist, Xuan Lam.
Meeting and talking with persons who lived and fought for peace and independence of the nation are familiar with local people.
On the afternoon of July 24, a meeting was held at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum – a place to keep, preserve and introduce Vietnamese women’s legacies and traditions.