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julius c wrote a review Feb 2020
Da Nang, Vietnam50 contributions5 helpful votes
A few rooms filled with dull colored specimens and fossils. If you have an interest in geology, maybe worth your time. I enjoyed looking at the gemstones for sale in the gift shops more than looking at the rocks though. Close to the History Museum and the Zoo, so easy to fit in.
Date of experience: February 2020
sharonbamford wrote a review Nov 2018
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom20 contributions12 helpful votes
If you have just been the zoo at the museum entrance turn left on the corner is this museum, aka room, I had to ask for it to be opened for me to go in. Not amazing not exciting but if you have kids with you at the sides of the room there are fossilised tree Sections. And you can touch them nice 10 min end to a day trip, touching the past. Also lets you see what Victorian England must have been like for stuffy dressed Victorian scientists.…
Date of experience: November 2018
ngngthao22 wrote a review Jul 2016
Vietnam98 contributions13 helpful votes
I took us less than 30 mins to finish the visit. I think this museum is mostly for students studying geology at university.
Date of experience: July 2016
Hyunjoon K wrote a review Jul 2016
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam34 contributions12 helpful votes
Well, basically it's not for foreigner and tourist. They have geological samples from Vietnam and around but facility is not great and relatively small. It tool less than 30 min for me. I think it's for students education purpose.
Date of experience: June 2016
ablb wrote a review Apr 2016
Sheffield, United Kingdom352 contributions131 helpful votes
We visited too check out the info of Ho chi min , but this was very confusing and basic info, not much info translated so unless u speak Vietnamese not a lot of info. So the visit didn't last long maybe 40 mins tops Could be set out and displayed and e planned better for tourists…
Date of experience: April 2016