Da Nang Fine Arts Museum, displays 600 works and artifacts on each topic. Currently, the Museum has 3 floors to serve visitors.
Entrance fee: Free
1st floor, space for modern art
Has an area of 390m2.
- Is the exhibition space of modern art.
- Children’s art display space.
- In the center is a festive space.
Most of the works displayed here are related to the theme of land, life, people of Danang in particular and Vietnam in general.
When viewing these works. Tourists will be touched by the simple and straight images about the life of the people here.
2nd floor, the space of unique and unique artwork
Area 412,5m2. Distribution of 5 specialized subjects of modern art in Danang and the region, including works of artistic value on lacquer, oil painting, silk, graphic and sculpture …; topics of revolutionary struggle.
The works here are quite unique and creative. Sometimes a little confusing and also provoke the curiosity of the viewer. In addition, this is also a popular check-in location for Danang youth. Because the space is delicate and extremely “turmeric”.
3rd floor, traditional ethnic space
The area of 383m2 distributes 3 topical articles about ancient art. A place to collect, preserve, display and introduce to the public typical works, artifacts and many traditional handicraft products from sculptors, painters, artisans in Da Nang and a number of provinces and cities in the Central region – Central Highlands.
It also introduces visitors to the art of making patterns on cloth, jewelry, national costumes; sculptures of temples, temples, paintings, statues, mascots and offerings; folk art of the tomb of Truong Son – Tay Nguyen ethnic groups, a collection of classical masks and traditional applied arts such as fine arts stone, ceramics, carpentry, etc.