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Enjoyed learning more about the history of Hanoi. Nice gift shop also.
Great place to take photo. There's not much explanation on the place.
If you're curious how an old house in Hanoi might have been like, you may check out this place. They still have a few antique house items in place. I loved how the house looked cosy small with open spaces for the breeze to pass thru. Might have been comfortable living in one during hot season.
Very cute quiet small old house in the middle of busy street. Worth checking out!
I enjoyed a thoroughly pleasant visit to this charming, traditional 19th century Vietnamese Home inspired in certain elements of its design (particularly its exterior) by French architecture. I was given a tour by a delightful young volunteer who was quite informative though it required a good of effort to follow her explanations as her English was somewhat labored and her pronunciation of many words was difficult to decipher. It was nice to see appropriate decor and furnishings and to be told what the reason for the architectural designer was and how each space in the home was used, as well as by which generation do the family it would Likely have been used. Definitely recommended. A guide to explain it all really brings this home to life.
A very special occasion to experience the lifestyle of a merchant family hundred and more years ago. Good explanation in English with helpfull pictures.
Best ancient house on my trip to Viet. Beautiful restoration, perfect furniture, complete access. Very well done, a pleasure to visit. Recommended.
Went early (9AM) to be there as it opened. There were just a few people and this made for a pleasant visit in such a welcoming space. You enter and exit through the gift shop and are advised to linger there on your way out. The courtyard with it's potted Palm and small water garden gives insight how one would be so lucky to have this oasis of tranquility in such a crowded city. The dimutative size of the pot the palm is growing in compared to the size of the palm is a wonder too. There is a set of stairs that leads you to the front room a view of the courtyard from above then the sleeping room with it's massive carved bed inlayed with mother-of-pearl. The shuttered rooms give light and shadow in a way that doors and windows never will. This is a special place that should be seen at a time when it's just you and the house. So have some luck and go early.
Interesting historic building with a few rooms and a gift shop. It’s just two floors and a couple of signs, so it can be done in less than 15 minutes. They have a folder with other interesting buildings nearby.
Very nice house to visit, well-preserved. It is strange to find such a tranquil and peaceful space right in the middle of a most buzzing area of the old quarter. Entrance fee is cheap, only 10k VND per person but we as a group of 6 were let in for free. Definitely recommend this place.