Hanoi Opera House is expected to open in June to welcome visitors to learn about history, architecture and enjoy the arts.
To make Hanoi Opera House become a popular attraction in Hanoi, Vietnam National Administration of Tourism and Theater Management have incorporated to create two new programs for visitors: Visiting theater; Visiting theater and see performing arts.
Visiting program will start at Mirror hall, learn about history and architecture of the theater, visit the space displaying documents, images, artifacts about the theater.
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30 minutes of performing art will be show after visiting if visitors choose second program.
The Opera House and the Revolutionary Museum, the Museum of History with many beautifully constructed works built by the French surrounding will create a new highlight of Hanoi.
The Hanoi Opera House (French: Opéra de Hanoï) is an opera house in central Hanoi, Vietnam. It was erected by the French colonial administration between 1901 and 1911. It was modeled on the Palais Garnier, the older of Paris’s two opera houses, and is considered to be one of the architectural landmarks of Hanoi. After the departure of the French the opera house became the scene for several political events as well as the scene of street fighting during the fight for Hanoi.
The Hanoi Opera House provides the names for the neighboring Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel which opened in 1999, as well as for the MGallery Hotel de l’Opera Hanoi, which opened in 2011. For historical reasons associated with the Vietnam war, the Hilton Hanoi Opera Hotel was not named the Hanoi Hilton.
According to this plan, the theater will open at least 3 days weekly. Ticket prices have not been announced.0