The An Giang Museum is situated on Thoai Ngoc Hau Street, My Long Ward, Long Xuyen City, An Giang Province. In the large courtyard, various ornamental plants and particularly red jasmine trees in full bloom welcome visitors with mildly refreshing fragrances. Upon coming to the museum, visitors will be told about the biography and revolutionary career of President Ton Duc Thang. He is looked up to as a strong hearted fighter for the revolutionary cause of national and class liberation.
Nearly 200 photos and exhibits related to his life are impressively displayed in the grand hall. Visitors are then led to room 2 to admire relics and archaeological evidence such as old tombs, statues, labour tools, etc. that belong to the Oc Eo culture between 2nd and 7th centuries and were excavated at the Ba The-Oc Eo archaeology site. A well-arranged display of about 300 photos, exhibits, and related documentation enables visitors to imagine the great cultural centre of a lost monumental ancient city. In room 3, visitors will be given a review of glorious milestones in the heroic struggle of the An Giang people. Finally, room 4 is reserved for the so-called "Achievements in the Construction and Defense of Fatherland and Socialism of the An Giang People" display.