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About the Museum

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About Museum of Tarot

Museum of Tarot (or Bảo Tàng Tarot in Vietnamese), founded in 2016 (will officially open in 2017), is located in Can Tho City, in the south of Vietnam. The museum has three themes: Lithotherapy, Cartomancy and Demonology.

It is combined from six main collections related to Tarology:

Fortune Telling Cards (Tarot and Oracles decks), Historical Books and Documents on Cartomancy, Art of Cardmaking and Decoration of Fortune Telling Cards; Amulets and Talismans and Magical Tools; Lithotherapy Crystals and Charmestones; Demonological and Sacred Books and Haunted Objects.

The museum is established in an ancient noble hotel, called “the citron house”, under the Vietnamese renaissance style. This house is sacrificed for the museum by an old couple of lawyer, Anh Ngo and Duong Ho in 2015.


Acknowledgment

We would like to express special thanks to our honor doners and friends who have given us the precious opportunity to establish this wonderful museum.
List of Museum Heroes: Doners & Sponsors/Parners & Friends of Museum & Officers & Visitors

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Credits & Legal Notice


Museum of Tarot

Deepak Bhagya

44 Nguyen Khuyen Street, An Cu Ward, Ninh Kieu District

900 000 Can Tho City, Vietnam

Phone: +84 916416409

Email: contact@museum-tarot.org

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Museum Founder

Philippe NGO, Ph.D

Researcher with BNF (National Library of France - BiBibliothèque Nationale de France) in DIGIDOC Project , funded by ANR (French National Research Agency - Agence National de Recherche) on the digitization of old and precious documents of human culture.

Tarot researcher and author of some tarot books. Founder of Tarot Huyen Bi Community and Tarot Viet Service.

Museum Honor

Phung Lam

Tarot researcher and author of some tarot books. Founder of Tarot Viet Service.

He is the biggest doner of the museum with around more than a hundred tarot and oracle decks, with more than a hundred bouddhist and taoist amulets and sacred tools.

Collections

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Tarot & Oracles & Fortune Telling Cards

Cartomancy Books and Documents

Art of Cardmaking & Decorating in Cartomancy

Lithotherapy Crystals & Charms Stones

Amulets & Talismans & Magical Ritual Tools

Demonology & Haunted Objects

Some Facts about Museum

300 Decorating Objects about Cartomancy (pins, medals, paintings...)
2000 Antique and comtemporary Tarot & Oracles & Divination tools.
200 Cardmaking Plates (Etchings, Woodcuts, Photographic Glass...)
200 Books & Historical Documents about Tarot & Oracles & Magick
2000 Amulets & Talismans & Ritual Tools (Athames, Sigil Seals...)
3000 Charmstones & Lithotherapy Crystals

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Our Friends of Museum

Our Museum Officer Team

DON'T MISS OUT!

LATEST NEWS, RESEARCH ARTICLES, UPCOMING EVENTS and TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

II003: The collection of Tarot no.46

TAROT no.46


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II004: The collection of Tarot no.45

TAROT no.45


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II067:

Le Grand Etteilla


II067

Jean-Baptiste Alliette created these Tarot cards, which were first issued around 1788. This deck holds historical significance as it represents the earliest set of Tarot cards designed under the supervision of a single visionary, specifically for magical purposes. Alliette’s name was reversed to form the title ‘Etteilla’ for these cards. Whether you appreciate these designs or find faults within them, they serve as the foundation for much of modern Tarot practice. The older, traditional cards provide a glimpse into the origins of Tarot, illuminating the dawn of magical interpretations that continue to guide us in contemporary usage. From their point of creation, these cards cast a bright light into the future for viewers.

more info

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AAA117: The collection of Tarot No.3315

AAA117: The collection of Tarot No.3315


AAA117


 

AAA116: The collection of Tarot No.3314

AAA116: The collection of Tarot No.3312


AAA116



 

II020: The Fool no.37

THE FOOL no.37


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Plan Your Visit

Useful Information


Getting Here

Adress: 44 Nguyen Khuyen Street, An Cu Ward, Ninh Kieu District, Can Tho City, Vietnam.
Phone Number: +(84) 916416409.
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Hours and Admission

All days from 10 am to 17 pm. Closed on the last day and 1st day of solar and lunar new year.
Mandatory reservation 2 days in advanced.
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Plan and Guide

Museum has three floors corresponding to three main themes: Lithotherapy, Cartomancy and Demonology.
You can download brochures, plan and guide here.
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Bookstores and Shopping

You can buy many antique or reproduction objects, directly in the bookstores. You can also buy it online via our partners website, safely with paypal account.
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Events and Exbihitions

You can participe in many events, included workshops, meetings or exhibitions, monthly at the museum. Check our future and previous events!
You can also celebrate your events in the museum.
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Coffeeshop and Salon de The

A small coffeeshop and Salon de The is located directly inside the museum. You can taste your coffee/tea during your visit.
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Tarot Service Center

The museum also has a free-to-use room for the tarot/oracle reading service. All readers are welcome ! The museum also has monthly free tarot courses for everyone !
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Friends of Museum

Why not become our influencers or sponsors or partners or volunteers? You can benefit many offers with the museum. Your help is greatly appreciated!
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Givings and Donations

The museum always needs your helps to enlarge the collections and improve the quality. All givings and donations are welcome. Your help is greatly appreciated !
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Contact

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Address

MUSEUM OF TAROT AND ORACLE

44 Nguyen Khuyen Street, An Cu Ward, Ninh Kieu District, 900 000 Can Tho City, Vietnam

Phone number

(+84) (0) 916416409

Email:

contact@museum-tarot.org