1. In the old city, the area is not large; 2. There is a fixed tour route, you can not go back; 3. Visit content includes historical pictures, cultural relics, models, image materials, especially recommended to see more video materials, to better understand the truth, restore historical facts; 4. About an hour can be visited, ticket prices 30,000 shields.
I think it is worthwhile to go to the exhibition hall and correct the ticket price: 30,000 adults per person, free children, with Vietnamese, English and French interpretation and signs, can understand a lot of the history of that time, see European and American tourists, especially American tourists are most interested.
Now it's a museum, a complete preservation of the former Hualu prison, which was ironically called Hilton Hanoi by American prisoners of war during the Vietnam War. The exhibits mainly show Vietnam's struggle against French independence. The exhibits have different tools of torture, including the guillotine used by French colonists to execute Vietnamese revolutionaries.
Hualu Prison was left behind to commemorate the war. Although it is totally different from the prison of that year, it still retains the layout of that year. What we can see now is the weakening part of the actual scene, but we can still see the cruel side of the war, the soul of the unjust death seems to be still crying in prison. No war, we want peace.
Tickets are 30000 per person and the price is acceptable. The Pavilion shows the prison environment, exhibits and descriptions are realistic. Tourists who like to know the local history are worth visiting.~
Hualu Prison. Vietnam was used to imprison US prisoners of war. They called it Hilton Hanoi, and there were imitation sculptures. So the war was still very cruel. I hope there will be no war in the future.
The admission to Hualu Prison is about $1, and the prison is converted into a museum. Originally used by the French government to retain Vietnamese political prisoners and other prisoners. In the late Vietnam War, American prisoners of war included McCain, who had a private tour guide who could provide a more detailed history.
Hualu Prison, the largest prison built by the French in 1896, was held by the major political prisoners who fought against French colonialism at that time. It mainly shows the cruel process of political prisoners and the good treatment of the U.S. Army.
There are many tourists, but it's not very interesting. If you're not interested in history, the ticket price is moderate. The Vietnamese Revolutionary Party is locked up here by the French, lying with one foot locked.
Even though war and development destroyed most of the area, Vietnam's Ministry of Tourism showed the museum well. There is a feeling of fur in this prison. It's dark and terrible. Come and visit.