Ho Chi Minh City Southern Women's Museum and Youth Culture House are planning to launch tours to attract students.
Students are visiting a museum Photo: Tuoitre
Titled “Museum’s Friends”, the Southern Women's Museum’s program promises to bring students a new kind of entertainment.
Visitors will have a chance to see around 600 exhibits on southern women’s life, documents about national heroes during wartime and photos about traditional professions in southern Vietnam as well as religious festivals including Binh Duong’s Ba Pagoda Festival, Kate Festival of Cham People in Ninh Thuan and Ba Thu Bon Festival in Quang Nam.
An ao dai collection reflecting the changes of the Vietnamese traditional costume throughout history will also be on show.
For its part, the Youth Culture House will soon launch a program called “The Journey to Museums and Historical Relics” in the third and fourth quarters of this year to provide tours to relics throughout the city such as Martyrs Ceremony, Hung King Temple, the 20th nationalist Phan Chu Trinh’s Grave and the Museum of the Cultures of Vietnam's Ethnic Groups.