The General Nguyen Chi Thanh Museum opened in early July to commemorate the 56th anniversary of the General's death.
Born in 1914 and deceased in 1967, General Nguyen Chi Thanh is considered an outstanding disciple of President Ho Chi Minh, who was closely associated with Vietnam's victories during the struggle against France and the early years of the war against the United States.
General Nguyen Chi Thanh Museum is a non-public museum owned by the family of the late General, open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8:30am to 11:30am and from 2pm to 5pm.
The museum displays over 300 photos, 220 artifacts, 100 books, over 150 paper documents and 23 bronze statues, divided into eight thematic areas related to important milestones in General Thanh's revolutionary activities and the early days of the Vietnam People's Army.
It also has two rooms that reproduce Nguyen Chi Thanh's workplace at 34 Ly Nam De Street and the Central Office for South Vietnam (during the anti-American war) at Tan Lap Commune, Tan Bien District, Tay Ninh Province.