Thanh Ha Terracotta Park
Thanh Ha Terracotta Park
Thanh Ha Terracotta Park
Thanh Ha Terracotta Park
Thanh Ha Terracotta Park
Thanh Ha Terracotta Park
Thanh Ha Terracotta Park

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Price: 50,000VND

Phone: 0913906827

Time to visit a place: 120 phút

Open Time: 8:30 AM - Close Time: 5:00 PM

Email: info@thanhhaterracotta.com

Address: Phạm Phán, Phường Thanh Hà, TP Hoi An, Tỉnh Quảng Nam

Terracotta Park, also known as Thanh Ha Pottery Park, is located in Thanh Ha ward, Hoi An city. This is a work designed and owned by architect Nguyen Van Nguyen, including two main buildings inspired by two types of pottery kilns of the old Thanh Ha pottery village. The building on the left represents the "upside down kiln" used to display the history and ancient artifacts of Thanh Ha pottery village with the meaning of preserving and preserving traditions. The building on the right represents the "back kiln" - a place to display and exhibit Thanh Ha ceramic products and some other craft villages such as Bat Trang, Phu Lang, Vinh Long... rated as the largest ceramic park, and also the most "unique" ceramic museum in the country. The park space is structured into 9 separate zones: pottery kiln area, craft village museum, village products area, terracotta market, miniature world area, installation garden, production camp area, area Sa Huynh - Cham pottery, the area of ​​traditional craft villages, and the exhibition area. View more

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Terracotta Park, also known as Thanh Ha Pottery Park, is located in Thanh Ha ward, Hoi An city. This is a work designed and owned by architect Nguyen Van Nguyen, including two main buildings inspired by two types of pottery kilns of the old Thanh Ha pottery village.
The building on the left represents the "upside down kiln" used to display the history and ancient artifacts of Thanh Ha pottery village with the meaning of preserving and preserving traditions. The building on the right represents the "back kiln" - a place to display and exhibit Thanh Ha ceramic products and some other craft villages such as Bat Trang, Phu Lang, Vinh Long... rated as the largest ceramic park, and also the most "unique" ceramic museum in the country. The park space is structured into 9 separate zones: pottery kiln area, craft village museum, village products area, terracotta market, miniature world area, installation garden, production camp area, area Sa Huynh - Cham pottery, the area of ​​traditional craft villages, and the exhibition area.

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