Ta Con Airport Relic Museum

Museum in Đông Hà

Updated: March 09, 2024 06:32 AM

Ta Con Airport Relic Museum is located in Đông Hà, Vietnam. It's address is Tân Hợp, Hương Hóa, Quảng Trị, Vietnam.

Tân Hợp, Hương Hóa, Quảng Trị, Vietnam

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Check Time Table for Ta Con Airport Relic Museum

Monday8 AM to 5 PM
Tuesday8 AM to 5 PM
Wednesday8 AM to 5 PM
Thursday8 AM to 5 PM
Friday8 AM to 5 PM
Saturday8 AM to 5 PM
Sunday8 AM to 5 PM

Questions & Answers

Where is Ta Con Airport Relic Museum?

Ta Con Airport Relic Museum is located at: Tân Hợp, Hương Hóa, Quảng Trị, Vietnam.

What are the coordinates of Ta Con Airport Relic Museum?

Coordinates: 16.6537081, 106.7244466

Ta Con Airport Relic Museum Reviews

Alex Bérubé
2024-02-27 08:03:53 GMT

Interesting place if you are into vietnam war stuff.

Also they let us in free because it was tet!

Michal Vydarený
2024-01-27 02:48:23 GMT

Not much of equipment but I like it very much. Entry is 50k, it was empty. Dont expect too much, if you want to touch AirForce airplane this is your place.

J. G.
2019-05-17 02:50:30 GMT

It's not a place for fun for the backpacking tourist - it's an informative, historic military site of great importance to Americans AND Vietnamese. If you're a veteran of either country, regardless of your generation, you owe it to yourself and your country to pay your respects to your fellow veterans who engaged in that war.

Geoff Arrowsmith
2019-06-26 05:17:09 GMT

The History of this Place, is incredible. To see the, Abandoned Relics from the Americans after a decisive Victory, by the NVA, Was, a sight to see. Quite emotional, from all accounts. I can recommend for any one interested in the History of Khe San, and surrounding areas. Well worth the 240 km ride on Ho Chi Minh Trail. Riding through magnificent Mountains and Jungle. The Atmosphere was, full of emotions and Awe.

Blair Orr
2019-04-28 13:23:55 GMT

Visiting Khe Sanh and the airport museum was a powerful experience for me.

The museum was very informative. The photos in particular were powerful testaments to the horrific truth of the struggle along Road 9.

While the relic aircraft were good to see, simply standing in this place evoked memories of news events I recall from my childhood.

The guest book was also instructional. Seeing American veterans names have some perspective as well.

Perhaps the most positive thing I saw there was small farm plots encroaching upon the space.

If we do not experience history through places like this, as so many better writers have said before me, we risk repeating these horrific things.

May peace prevail.

Can Pham
2023-05-09 06:38:20 GMT

It is a very interesting attraction. If you care about Vietnam war and its history, this destination is a must.

Rtexal Tan
2019-05-25 10:36:24 GMT

One of the biggest combat base, walk through the museum to get a one sided view of how this combat base was taken back by Vietcong. Impressive C130 and Chinook relics outside, with no tourists it's a nice walk around. The entire base is just a piece of grassland now though.

Xi Nguyen
2020-07-06 19:29:24 GMT

A Must see place whenever you visit Quang Tri Province ( or on the way from Quang Binh to Hue or Hue to Quang Binh) to understand more about the Vietnamese War ( American War)

Yang Kevin
2021-10-25 07:55:06 GMT

It is a part of War history in this beautiful plateau. Never knew how bad the fights here but It is worth seeing and learning more facts. Would be amazing when the sun rising over the mountain at dawn!

Paul M
2018-09-24 13:56:58 GMT

Very cool staging of old war machines. The bunkers where very interesting and although not real bunkers uncovered from the war, they appeared to be historically accurate and an immersive experience.

Jan Dubsky
2019-07-02 13:35:15 GMT

A war memorial with small museum. Its more about a atmosphere here. The whole place is built on the fields where military base stood before. Where people fought and die.
Watch some war footage before coming here and you’ll get in to that historical atmosphere.

Emile Wertz
2019-08-28 12:16:40 GMT

Historic place, it doesen't really differ much from the war remnants museum and othee war museums in Vietnam a part from the fact that this one was a real base.
Also, the C-130 Hercules is quite impressive when you see it in real life, absolutely on your list to do when you go on a tour around the DMZ.

Dave Stubbs
2019-03-07 06:42:58 GMT

A historical place to visit the former Khe Sanh american military base. The exhibits are very well preserved and a quiet place to walk around making you think what a hostile place it was during the Vietnamese conflict.

Colin Phan
2019-04-29 10:28:19 GMT

A must see if you take a DMZ tour. They rebuild some sample of bunkers and put some tanks and airplane on show.

Yasir Mohamed
2023-09-13 09:43:37 GMT

Very historical place!

Pham Phi
2017-08-09 15:56:58 GMT

It is an interesting museum for all to know about the war in Vietnam. It is quiet and good view as well.

2024-01-16 12:28:03 GMT

Place to visit to know more about the Vietnam war, deserve to be more famous

Nguyen Tien
2021-12-16 07:39:37 GMT

Must see place in Quang Tri province. Known in Vietnam war for fierce fights.

Robert Ebers
2023-12-07 12:52:13 GMT

As an American military member during this war it was a heart-wrenching two hours.

Alan Cardon
2023-08-01 13:40:11 GMT

Interesting display of captured American equipment during the war. Seeing the base and the topography gives a lit of context.

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