Da Nang Fine Arts museum is an ideal place for those who are passionate about art and culture. This is not only a place to store, introduce, honor, and promote the values of works and artistic heritage values in the region, but also a typical cultural institution of a city, a locality, and a city. Only friendly and warm exchanges of art artists in the city and the region.
The structure of Da Nang Fine Arts museum
Da Nang Fine Arts museum has a scale of 3 floors with a total display area of 1,185.5 m² and introduces more than 800 works of modern art and artifacts of folk art and furniture. The outer wall is built in a square shape, next to the museum campus is planted a lot of gardens and trees, giving a green space, which will help you have a pleasant feeling of relaxation during the visit.
In addition, at the main gate of the museum, there is a bronze relief with the size of 5 x 3 m, delicately carved by artisans from Hanoi.Among them are artworks and sculptures that have won great domestic awards such as Han River Bridge, Mother Thu Monument, Hoi An Bridge Pagoda, Tuong Mask, Binh Quan Gate, Champa Statue. Gong festival, Cotu communal house, Cau Ngu festival…
Da Nang Fine Arts museum entrance fee
Ticket prices to visit the Da Nang Fine Arts museum are reasonably supported by locals and tourists. Normally, you have to spend 20,000 VND for a ticket per person, equivalent to 1$, student and people over 60 years old will be free to enter.
Best time to visit Da Nang Fine Arts museum
To enjoy a peaceful and quiet atmosphere, it’s best not to visit the museum at the weekends due to the crowd. You should spend about 1.5 hours here to enjoy the collections. Da Nang Fine Arts museum opens daily from 8 am to 5 pm.
Unique space at Da Nang Fine Arts museum
The Fine Arts museum displays a variety of artworks such as traditional handicraft products of painters, sculptors, artisans in Da Nang and the central provinces and cities – Central Highlands, including materials of oil painting, lacquer, silk, graphics, sculpture…The museum consists of 3 floors used to display works of different meanings.
Floor 1: Space for modern art
The first floor of the museum has a total area of 390 m², This is a space to display short-term thematic exhibition of modern art, a space to display children’s fine arts. Most of the works on display here are related to the theme of life and people of Da Nang in particular and Vietnam in general.
Floor 2: Space of unique and special works of art
The second floor area at Da Nang Fine Arts museum has an area of 412.5 m² distributed into 5 themes on modern art, including valuable artistic works of oil painting, lacquer, graphics, sculpture, and the topic of revolutionary struggle. The works here are very unique and creative, sometimes a bit confusing, causing curiosity of viewers.
Some artworks on the topic of revolutionary struggle by many artists are displayed in the same theme. The author depicts the pre-liberation period of the Vietnamese people’s army.
In addition, this is also the place where many young people check in the most because of the space full of art and sophistication.
Floor 3: Traditional ethnic space
The third floor area has an area of 383 m², distributed into 3 themes on ancient art. This is a place to collect and display many typical works, artifacts and many traditional fine art products crafted by sculptors and artisans in Da Nang and many other provinces in the region.
When you go deep inside, you will be amazed by the art collections depicting Vietnamese culture. The masks in the Tuong performance were typically a very popular musical genre in Vietnam at that time.
In addition, it also introduces to the public the art of creating patterns on fabrics, ethnic costumes, jewelry; sculptural art of worshiping, communal houses, pagodas, worshiping mascots, worshiping statues; folk art statues of the tombs of the Truong Son ethnic groups – Central Highlands.
Reviews Da Nang Fine Arts museum on Tripadvisor
Another wonderful arts discovery for me in Da Nang. There are so many wonderful works here by Vietnamese artists of the central and highlands regions. Simply beautiful paintings and captivating sculptures. For anyone genuinely interested in art and culture this is truly impressive for a “region specific” gallery.
I especially found the third floor folk art or ethnographic section fascinating and learned about the Cơ Tu and Tây Nguyên ethnic groups that I knew nothing about before.
Congratulations to the curators for putting together such a diverse yet representative collection together to preserve the culture of the region. This is one of my two favourite “art” places to visit in Da Nang, the other is the Champ Sculpture Museum.
Anh Armağan (Sydney, Australia)
If you love art, I definitely recommend to give this place a visit. It isn’t a very large collection, but as the word of the museum says, it is a fine one. Personally I am happy to made my way through the hot city to look at it.
HereAndNow007 (Kaitaia, New Zealand)
At first I and my friends expect it to be a small place even maybe far from the city center. Whenever we visit, our assumption is totally missed.
The museum consists of 3 floors. Divided into some space based on the type and shape of the artwork. It also presents the space for international painters exhibiting the latest masterpieces in the main hall.
izzat_isa (Langkawi, Malaysia)
Getting to Da Nang Fine Arts museum
The Fine arts museum is located in the center of Da Nang, at 78 Le Duan street and near Han River bridge. This is a very busy road with traffic on both sides and large stores on both sides. Therefore, you can easily get to the Da Nang Fine Arts museum by car or bike. You can easily rent a bike and explore Da Nang one day or rent a private car charter if you travel in a group.
Da Nang Fine Arts museum is not only a place to store and honor many works and values of artistic heritage but also become a typical cultural institution of Da Nang city. A place to exchange activities of art artists in the city and in the Central and Central Highlands regions.
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