Dong Dinh Museum is located on a steep terrain upstream of Hoang Sa Street, Son Tra Peninsula of Da Nang. The garden of memory has recreated ancient features. A unique cultural address. Harmoniously combine the conservation of forest ecological space with cultural and artistic space. Here visitors can come to relax, rest and admire the world of forests, trees and grass. Being cared for by the project owner is quite harmonious between architectural function and ecological function.

Garden house model

The museum follows a model of the midland garden house of Quang. With fruit trees and green grass. Around the garden are arranged small paths made of paving stones. Give visitors a relaxing feeling like returning to their own childhood garden. The project owner tried to create and name it “Dong Dinh Museum – a garden of memory”. That memory is recovered by the image of the tree itself. A coconut tree that often grows abundantly in Thien Son Tra reserve. Perhaps the owner of this place took the name of his museum. A rocky forest garden for a group of friends or family after visiting the museum. Create a relaxing space to sit and rest to listen to the wind of leaves and the song of forest birds. There are four aquariums scattered throughout the garden that give the garden a cool aqua paint effect.

Collections include:

a. Two old houses

Built in the architectural style of Kim Bong workers, with a space imbued with ancient qualities. In the architectural style of Kim Bong workers, with a space imbued with ancient quality. – This traditional house was originally Le Tuat’s house. He is considered the father of pottery of Quang Nam. He is the father of potter Le Duc Ha. In An Quan village, Dien Phuong commune, Dien Ban district, Quang Nam province. – Nguyen Nhan’s house in village 3, Binh Quy commune, Thang Binh district, Quang Nam province. According to Nhan, this house was built by his father as a teacher in the 30s of the last century.

These two houses display collections of ancient pottery in the following topics:

  • The Sa Huynh culture, an ancient culture, together with the Dong Son culture in the north and the Oc Eo culture in the south formed the triangle that formed the ancient culture of Vietnam.
  • Champa pottery, this is a collection of ancient pottery found in the ground of the imperial city of Tra Kieu (Duy Chuan, Quang Nam). It is of interest to archaeologists at home and abroad.
  • Dai Viet pottery is a fairly diverse collection of types and dates spanning from the beginning of AD to the first half of the 20th century. The origin space of the collection roughly extends from north to south. In which the plural is pottery of the Ly, Tran, Le So, Le Mac and Nguyen dynasties. The artifacts speak of the ceramic prosperity of the ancestors.
  • Collection of trade ceramics, dating from the beginning of AD to the 17th century. Most are found in the ground and in the South China Sea.

b. Modern architectural house

A modern architectural house uses forest ecological space to build on a gentle hill. This unique architecture has been appreciated by ecologists, domestic and foreign architects who have the opportunity to visit. This is a building used to display works of fine art. In front of us is a collection of paintings by artists Dinh Y Nhi and Dang Viet Trieu. This house is also a rotating display of fine art works by other authors. In addition, the auxiliary structures including the manager’s house and the project owner’s workhouse also display a rather unique ethnographic collection of ethnic minorities in the Central – Central Highlands. These artifacts are worthy of attention because in addition to discovery, they also harmoniously enhance the forest space around Son Tra nature reserve. Come here, go back to your childhood memories and enjoy the fresh air! Admission: Visitors: 20,000VND/person

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