Explore a key piece of Vietnam's history at the Hoa Lo Prison Museum. Known as the "Hanoi Hilton," this former prison tells a story of courage and survival. See the original cells and hear the tales of those who were imprisoned here, both Vietnamese nationals and later American soldiers during the War. It's an eye-opening visit that connects you to the struggles and strength of people in Vietnam's past. Perfect for history buffs and those interested in learning about Vietnam's journey through difficult times. A visit here is both educational and deeply moving.
Type: Historic Site
Address: 1 Hoa Lo Street, Hoan Kiem District
Time: 8:00 - 17:00