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Museums & Spiritual Places in Da Nang

Museum of Da Nang

Experience Da Nang’s history, culture and people at the Museum of Da Nang, located inside Dien Hai Rampart – the national monument marking the first siege of Da Nang by the French ( 1858 – 1860 ). The 2,500 exhibits illustrate Da Nang’s natural and social history, the revolutionary struggle of the city, war remnants and the unique characteristics of ethnic groups in Da Nang and Quang Nam.

Address: 24 Tran Phu, Da Nang

Hotline: 0511 388 6236

Email: btdn@danang.gov.vn

Museum of Cham Sculpture

Built in 1915, the Museum of Cham Sculpture houses a collection of artifacts that represent ten centuries ( 5th-15th) of the evolution if Cham Sculpture which illustrate the rise and fall of the Champa Kingdom(s) of Central Vietnam. The museum presents a curated walk through the major eras of Champa history and culture related to Hindu and Buddhism remembered in sandstone, bronze and terracotta.

Address: No.2, 2 Thang 9, Da Nang

Hotline: 0511 357 4801

Website: www.chammuseum.vn

Dong Dinh Museum

On a bend in the Son Tra Peninsula mountain road just before Lady Buddha there is a stone stairway that leads to the Dong Dinh Museum. Inside seven traditional houses exhibit Sa Huynh, Cham and Dai Viet art alongside contemporary pieces.

Ho Chi Minh & Zone 5 Military Museum

Vietnam’s long history of armed resistance to occupying forces are on exhibit including tanks, artillery, missiles, and even fighter jets sit in the main square and the walls of the museum are lined with photos of battles while diagrammed maps explain the context. In the gardens you can see a replica model of Ho Chi Minh’s house, built in Da Nang so local supporters could visit his home.

Address: 3 Duy Tan, Da Nang

Hotline: 0511 361 5982


Cao Dai Temple

The Cao Dai Temple in Da Nang is Vietnam’s second largest Cao Dai temple and is a place of worship for around 50,000 people. The Cao Dai religion was founded in the 1920’s and is based on the main religions of both the east and west including the worship of famous characters such as Joan of Arc, Victor Hugo, Shakespeare , and Lenin as saints.

Address: 63 Hai Phong, Da Nang

Phap Lam Pagoda

Phap Lam Pagoda is a two storey temple near the city center on Ong Ich Khiem Street, five minutes walk from Con Market. Built in 1934 and formerly known as Tinh Hoi Pagoda. The peaceful courtyard contains manicured gardens lined with Buddhist sculptures.

Address: 574D Ong Ich Khiem, Da Nang

Da Nang Cathedral

Constructed in 1923 during the French Colonial period and also locally known as ‘Rooster Church’ of ‘Chicken Church’ due to the weathercock atop its impressive steeple. It is easily noticeable at 70 meters, built in Gothic-style and coloured a bright candy pink.

Address: 156 Tran Phu, Da Nang

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