Hanoi to reopen heritage sites from February 15

An array of historical and cultural sites across Hanoi, including Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (Temple of Literature) and Hoa Lo Prison (Maison Centrale) will reopen to visitors as of February 15.

Temple of Literature, the first university in Vietnam, is expected to reopen to visitors as of February 15

A representative from Hoa Lo Prison revealed that the site will also relaunch its night tour called “Sacred Night - Glorious Vietnamese Spirit”, starting on weekend.

Meanwhile, several museums in the capital city have devised plans to receive visitors again. The Vietnam Women’s Museum has been open since February 8, with guests visiting thematic exhibitions or taking a 3D-virtual tour.

The Vietnam Museum of Fine Arts is also offering free tickets to thematic exhibitions, while the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology is expected to reopen on February 19.

The Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports has requested that all historical and cultural sites abide by pandemic prevention and control measures. Visitors are required to scan QR codes, make medical declarations, wear face masks, and thoroughly wash their hands with disinfectant.

Source: VOV



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