Phu Cang Communal House is located on the territory of Van Phu Commune, Van Ninh District, Khanh Hoa Province. Phu Cang Communal House is on an average 1,700sq.m large in of which the history inclined to the settlement of Viet group in the village since 17th - 18th centuries.
The main house is 8m long, 9m wide dividing into 3 compartments, constructed by four-pillar architecture with 16 wooden pillars, rowed by 4 equivalently. The front door of the house was engraved with shapes of sacred creatures, sophisticated designs and three words "Phu Cang Dinh". The interior was decorated by rural furniture as common as in other communal houses. There have altars of the gods, of the Goddess Thien Y A Na, of Tran Duong - a Deputy General who grouped up people according to King Ham Nghi's appeal for French resistance in Khanh Hoa Province.
Many honors and presents bestowed on Phu Cang Commune House during the war, among them are a supreme honor for the god of the commune (Call Thanh Hoang), an ancient bell and a command drum.