Exhibit location

The exhibit “From Norodom Palace to Independence Palace, 1868-1966” is installed in a two-story villa at the corner of Nam Ky Khoi Nghia and Nguyen Du streets, in the only colonial-era building that still stands on the grounds of Independence Palace today. Prior to 1975, this villa was used as the head office of the Democratic Party, a pro-government party of the Republic of Vietnam.

EXHIBIT MAP

HOURS OF OPERATION

Ticket sales: 7:30 A.M – 4:00 P.M
Time of visiting : 7:00 A.M – 5:00 P.M
The exhibit is opened to visitors daily, including weekends and holidays

TICKET PRICES

1. Admission to Independence Palace (not including the special exhibit)
- Adults: 40.000 vnd/person
- Students: 20.000 vnd/person
- Children: 10.000 vnd/person

2. Admission to the exhibit “From Norodom Palace to Independence Palace 1868 – 1966”
- Adults: 40.000 vnd/person
- Children: 10.000 vnd/person

3. Admission to both Independence Palace and the exhibit
- Adults: 65.000 vnd/person
- Students: 45.000 vnd/person
- Children: 15.000 vnd/person

For further information, please contact: 028.38223652 – 080.85037 – 080.85039 – 080.85094

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135 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia st., Dist. 1, HCMC
106 Nguyen Du st., Dist. 1, HCMC

Phone: 080. 85037 - 080. 85038
Fax: 080.85008