Quang Ninh Museum - a black pearl by Ha Long Bay

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(VOVWORLD) - Quang Ninh Museum has become a hot tourist attraction in Ha Long city of northern Quang Ninh province thanks to its rich cultural values coupled with a unique architecture for youngsters to enjoy.

Looking from the outside, the building looks like a giant black mirror.

Since its debut in 2015, the museum has become a favorite check-in spot of domestic and foreign tourists.

Quang Ninh Museum received 700,000 visitors in 2022.

Quang Ninh Museum is divided into three floors, with the first introducing some natural conditions of Quang Ninh, the second displaying relics and artifacts of historical value, and the third featuring the history of coal mining.

A separate section is dedicated specifically to the sea and nature.

The second floor offers visitors an insight into the life of local people through thousands of years of history.

The site reflects the historical past, religious values, and times of war. Pictured is a corner featuring the complex of Yen Tu Monuments and Landscapes.

The golden lotus-flower-shaped box of Ngoa Van Pagoda on Yen Tu Mountain dating back to the 14th century.

The third floor is dedicated to Quang Ninh’s famous coal mining industry that constitutes the backbone of local economy.

Strolling through space, visitors can gain an insight into the history and development of coal mining in the locality.

On display are items featuring memories of President Ho Chi Minh and the people of Quang Ninh province.

Quang Ninh Museum has been recognized as the top-ranking site in the system of museums in Vietnam by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

Visitors can discover exhibited items with 3D technology by logging on the website baotangquangninh.vn.

A visit to Quang Ninh Museum offers a unique glimpse into the development and history of the region, as well as the daily lives of its inhabitants over the centuries.