Accordingly, the museum will offer free entrance fee for visitors who come to the museum between 11:30 am to 1:30 pm from Tuesday to Friday for two months, from July 1 to September 1.

In addition, museum goers can participate in various play folk games free of charge at the garden area from July to the end of this year.

A half-day ‘Family’s Day’ tour will be run on weekends from July 15 to December 31 with the aim to help families explore the culture of ethnic groups in Vietnam and the Southeast Asian region in general.

At the same time, visitors will have the opportunity to experience the life of farmers during a special tour on agricultural tools of Vietnam’s ethnic groups.

A programme entitled ‘Unforgettable summer holiday’ will be organised every weekend from July 15 to August 15, inviting children to learn farming and cooking skills, as well as necessary life skills.

Particularly, they can also update on preventative measures against COVID-19 through team building activities in order to protect the health of themselves and their families.

The museum will offer preferential offers for groups of visitors who make their reservation at least five days prior to their visit. It also designs private tours for travel agents, schools and organisations with large number of participants.