Notable landmarks in Hanoi that will be part of the festival include Hang Dau Water Tower, a century-old Long Bien Bridge, Gia Lam Train Factory, Hanoi Train Station, and Long Bien Railway Station.

The Gia Lam Train Factory, an industrial heritage site built during the French colonial period, will be transformed into a creative space for more than 60 activities, including art exhibitions, architectural showcases, and drawing displays.

A variety of artists, such as Trinh Minh Tien, Thu Tran, and the Heritage Space, along with photographers Phan Dan and Nguyen Minh Hoang, will showcase their artworks in this large artistic space.

Visitors will have the opportunity to see the first locomotive of the Vietnamese railway sector and learn about its history.

The festival will kick off with an art performance at the Gia Lam Train Factory at 8:00 pm on Friday.

Hang Dau Water Tower, which has been closed to the public for a long time, will also open its doors during the festival, providing a delightful experience for visitors.

Architect Cao The Anh and painter Nguyen Duc Phuong will enhance the facility with lighting and sound systems made from recycled materials, creating a comfortable and natural atmosphere for visitors.

In addition to these landmarks, the festival will feature community activities on the mudflats along the Hong (Red) River, design contests, and a series of seminars on creativity with the participation of lecturers from local and international universities, as well as the British Council.