Located on the campus of the administrative building of the Republic of Vietnam, War Remnants Museum displays materials, artifacts and photos to emphasize the consequences of the wars that the invading forces have caused for Vietnamese people. The museum is open only a few months after the reunification of the country. Although there are many topics on display about the war against the US, the main goal of the museum is to emphasize the cruelty of war. In 35 years of operation, the museum has welcomed over 15 million domestic and foreign visitors. This is one of the historical and cultural heritage full of meaning and bold Vietnamese national identity, which makes many tourists unable to ignore. The War Remnants Museum is a member of the system of World Peace Museum and World Museum Council. The museum specializes in researching, collecting, preserving and exhibiting evidence - crimes and consequences of Vietnam wars. Through that, the War Remnants Museum called for anti meaningless warfare, to protect peace and the solidarity of the people of the world. Currently, the War Remnants Museum houses more than 20,000 documents, artifacts and movies, more than 1,500 of which have been introduced in 8 regular exhibitions, with topics such as: torture , imprisonment, spraying of toxic chemicals, bombs ... and artifacts like planes, cannons, tanks, guillotines and two "tiger cages" compartments built in the same size as Con Dao prison. In addition, the museum also has galleries of Southwest border war, war to protect the northern border, the Spratly Islands problem ... Besides daily activities, the War Remnants Museum often organizes activities with other related topics such as Culinary programs introducing war-era dishes such as cassava, rice, sesame ... Cultural programs like love in war are very attractive to the public. In addition, visitors can participate in exchanges with war witnesses at the museum or at the victim families. At that time, visitors will have the opportunity to access the living evidence of war crimes to capture information in a true, objective, complete and vivid way. Today, tourists all over the world when coming to Saigon, most visit here to see firsthand the heroic struggle history of Vietnamese people. War Remnants Museum is always crowded with visitors. But there, people do not see the noise of a tourist destination, but the silence, the emotionally depressed expression. The image of international visitors standing silently in front of a photo, an artifact that seems to have become familiar here. Because in many people's thoughts and fantasies, even if they knew about the Vietnam War before, they could hardly imagine the consequences so severe and devastating. Many Americans have come here to understand more about a devastating war in Vietnamese history and humanity. Today, the museum expands the exhibition content, with many topics throughout the history of Vietnam's struggle from the French-Japanese invasion until after the reunification of Vietnam. In 2013, the world-famous website Trip Advisor voted Vietnam War Remnants Museum in the top 5 of the 25 most attractive museums in Asia. With many authentic photos, this is one of the museums that attracts the most visitors in Ho Chi Minh City. War Remnants Museum is open every day.