The scene is like the West at the coffee museum

The Coffee Museum is an emerging tourist attraction, attracting visitors to Buon Ma Thuot city.

Coffee World Museum is located on Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, right in the city center. Opened from November 2018, it has now become a check-in point that cannot be missed when visitors reach the great plateau.

With an open space divided into many different zones, the museum is designed according to the long-house architecture of the Central Highlands people. However, many tourists compare this place as Europe because of its modernity in harmony with tradition.

The exhibition space interacts with visitors through listening, seeing, tasting, smelling, and touching. Artifacts are collected from all over the world, decorated right on the aisle, not packed in glass cabinets, creating a sense of authenticity and intimacy.

In addition to the collection of 10,000 artifacts brought from the Jens Burg museum (Hamburg, Germany), the museum also displays many Vietnamese objects and tools for coffee production and processing since ancient times.

The library in the museum is also a favorite space for many young people. You can find and read books or take pictures here.

In the main lobby of the museum, you can buy souvenirs such as coffee, brewing equipment ...

Photographers can freely pose in every corner of the museum. In the photo is a small corner of the coffee area. Outside space is planted with many green trees.

The museum is currently open from 8:00 am to 7:00 pm every day of the week. Admission tickets for adults are 75,000 VND, children buy tickets for 40,000 VND. Some exhibitions charge 100,000 VND per visit. You can buy combo tickets for 125,000 VND.

Representative: Mr. Tran Van Long - Chairman and General Director
Head office: 95B-97-99 Tran Hung Dao, District 1, City. Ho Chi Minh.
Hanoi Branch: 66 Tran Hung Dao, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Phone: 028 730 56789 | Hotline: 19001177
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