Located on the campus of the Vietnam Journalists Association Building (on Duong Dinh Nghe street, Hanoi), the Vietnam Press Museum was opened on the 95th anniversary of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day.

This museum is the place to keep documents and artifacts attached to the Vietnam press history from the resistance war to present. This is also a place to record memories of the national history and social life of Vietnam.

There are more than 20.000 artifacts and documents preserved at the museum’s warehouse, including more than 700 exhibits and documents on regular display.

Display places are arranged on an area of nearly 1.500 square meters. Through artifacts and documents stored at the museum, the public can see the stories of many generations of Vietnamese journalists./.