Located on the campus of the coffee city project in Buon Ma Thuot city in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak, the World Coffee Museum is 45 hectares large and promises to be an ideal destination for coffee lovers from both inside the country and from abroad.
The World Coffee Museum officially opened to the general public on November 24, attracting thousands of visitors who wished to gain insights into the history, culture and development of coffee in Vietnam and throughout the world.
The museum can be found in the centre of Buon Ma Thuot city.
Visitors to the museum can find popular Nha Rong (communal houses) architecture which is indigenous of ethnic people in the Central Highlands.
Artifacts in the museum
The museum is one of the highlights of the coffee city project, with the aim of attracting local and foreign tourists which in turn can help to accelerate socio-economic development across the locality
The museum consists of open spaces for exhibiting artifacts, paintings, coffee tasting and organizing seminars.
Ancient tools used in the process of making and enjoying coffee are introduced at the event
The World Coffee Museum at night.