Located in Tong Dan district of the city, the Vietnamese Museum of the Revolution was created in August 1959 in a building of 2 floors, formerly used by the Vietnam Trade Department. It has been reorganized into 30 galleries.
Topics discussed include the Vietnamese national liberation movements against French colonial forces before the creation of the Vietnamese Communist Party during the 1858-1930 period, the struggle for independence Vietnamese Nationals under the leadership of the Communist Party of 1930-1975, then the social construction of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam from 1976 to 1994. Since 2011, it has been merged with the National Museum of Vietnam. Vietnamese history.
The building was built in 1917 by the French*.