Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture - InDaNang
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Located in the heart of Da Nang city. Museum of Cham sculpture, considered to be the only museum in Southeast Asia to preserve ancient sculpture artifacts of ancient Champa.

Quiet space

Visit the Champa museum in Danang. Whether it is rainy or sunny, morning or afternoon, visitors still recognize a very unique atmosphere of this place. This place still retains the quietness of its memories.

Officially built in July 1915 of the Far East Institute of Ancient Uncle in Hanoi. Champa Museum currently has nearly 2000 large and small artifacts. Of these, 288 are on display inside the museum, 187 are on display outside the garden, and more than 1200 are in storage.

Art Of The Past

Most of the sculptures available at the museum are original. On the three main materials are sandstone, terracotta and copper. Most are sandstone dating from the 12th century to the 15th century, belonging to many different art styles.

Coming to the museum, it is like seeing the golden past of a people, passion, the ability to create art are at a very high level. The spirit world, mysteries, visual stories, religious symbols, the female body’s curves, full breasts, smiles of time … all are vivid, chi Extremely detailed and sexy.

To be affected by something

Deeply influenced by architecture and sculpture of Indian civilization. But the ancient Champa people have known life and religion according to their own senses. That refraction has created an art world that has a very unique beauty. Close but sacred, familiar but unique, no confusion.

Admission ticket:

  • Adults 40,000 VND / person
  • Pupils and Students: VND 5,000 / person
  • Children under 16: free.

Good tip: Groups over 5 people can ask for guides at the ticket counter. An explanation may be required by headphones to better understand the museum.

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