Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics
Museum of Trade Ceramics

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Price: 80,000VND-120,000VND

Phone: 0235.3862367

Time to visit a place: 30 phút

Open Time: 8:00 AM - Close Time: 8:00 PM

Email: ttqlbtdt@gmail.com

Address: 80 Trần Phú, Phường Minh An, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

The Museum of Trade Ceramics, located in a two-story old house built around the beginning of the twentieth century at 80 Tran Phu, Hoi An city, is a thematic museum displaying ceramic artifacts found. in the ceramic archeological sites in Hoi An, reflecting the way of ceramic trade at sea in previous centuries, when Hoi An was still the center of sea trade exchanges of East-West merchant ships. Eurasia. The museum is home to more than 430 artifacts including porcelain dating from the 8th to 18th centuries. Most of the artifacts are commercial ceramics originating from the Middle East, India, China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam and flourished in the commercial port of Hoi An at that time. Here, visitors can also see the overall typical space of Hoi An's ancient house architecture, divided into 3 parts: the front house, the back house and the central courtyard. The house was organized by JICA Japan to support the restoration and establishment of a special ceramics museum in 1995. The museum is now open every day of the week except the 15th of every month. View more

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The Museum of Trade Ceramics, located in a two-story old house built around the beginning of the twentieth century at 80 Tran Phu, Hoi An city, is a thematic museum displaying ceramic artifacts found. in the ceramic archeological sites in Hoi An, reflecting the way of ceramic trade at sea in previous centuries, when Hoi An was still the center of sea trade exchanges of East-West merchant ships. Eurasia.

The museum is home to more than 430 artifacts including porcelain dating from the 8th to 18th centuries. Most of the artifacts are commercial ceramics originating from the Middle East, India, China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam and flourished in the commercial port of Hoi An at that time. Here, visitors can also see the overall typical space of Hoi An's ancient house architecture, divided into 3 parts: the front house, the back house and the central courtyard. The house was organized by JICA Japan to support the restoration and establishment of a special ceramics museum in 1995.

The museum is now open every day of the week except the 15th of every month.

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