Thematic museum of Trading Ceramics was established in 1995 under the guidance of Japanese experts. The museum regularly displays artifacts which were recovered at various archeological sites around Hội An. The collection dates back from the 9th – 10th century to the 19th century reflecting the maritime trading ceramic route when Hội An was commercial port for Eastern, Western, Euroupean and Asian merchants.

The museum building is a wooden two-floor ancient house built in the 19th century. The house is a typical type of Hội An ancient house structure which separated into 3 parts: the front and the back of the house with an interior courtyard in the middle, kitchen and rest room are at behind.

Address: 80 Trần Phú, Hội An, Quảng Nam

Opening time: 7h00 – 21h00 everyday

Closed on the 15th of everymonth for preservation work

Entrance ticket required

Tel: 02353 862944


Vietnamese ceramics have a long and lasting  history. Developed from the 14th to 17th century, Chu Đậu ceramics are renowned as an outstanding example...