Established as one of Vietnam’s earliest museums, it is now home to an impressive collection of artifacts from the Nguyen Dynasty (1802-1945) and unique Champa sculptures.

Hoang Viet Trung, the director of the museum, stated that the museum preserves and displays over 11,000 artifacts. Among them, eight sets of artifacts consisting of 33 individual pieces have been officially recognized as national treasures by the Prime Minister.

The main exhibition area is situated in the grand Long An Palace, offering visitors an immersive experience of the royal life during the Nguyen Dynasty.

To celebrate the occasion, the museum collaborated with the National Museum of History to showcase 100 exemplary artifacts from the reign of King Khai Dinh.