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Macao Museum

No.112 Museum Qiandi, Macau, China
853-28357911
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No.112 Museum Qiandi, Macau, China
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Reviewed 7 October 2015

After viewing the Ruins of St. Paul, we decided to visit the museum and we're glad we did. It was nice to learn about the early development of Macao culture and understand the Portuguese influence to the city. The building had 3 floors that housed...More

Thank JEFlippo
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Visit the Macau Msuuem nestleed just at the top of the stairs to the right of the St. Paul Ruins. The museum is layered with floors of artifcats, paintings, valauables depciting the comepet hisotry of Macau. Take the elevator to the top of the msusuem...More

1  Thank morethandance
Reviewed 5 October 2015

This museum only spend around 50% to intro about Macau history , other than that is more to china and some European clothing history, fair price visit.

Thank Low L
Reviewed 4 October 2015

Shows the history of Macau. In the basement of the Fortaleza do Monte and next to the Ruinas de S Paulo. For the brave, climb the steps to the fort and enter from the fort grounds and go down to the museum.

Thank Ron_in_China
Reviewed 29 September 2015

Good historical museum showing the merger of Portuguese and Chinese culture in Macau over the centuries. There is also a great view of the city center from the rooftop garden.

Thank al7jj
Reviewed 22 September 2015

The Macao Museum is located in Mount Fortress. It was built by the Jesuits in the 17th century, and opened on 18th April, 1998. The Fortress adjacent to the Ruins of St. Paul's was the city's principal military defence for almost three centuries. In 1965,...More

Thank zarnzarn10
Reviewed 18 September 2015

Easy access with ramps and lifts. Well laid out, with details in several languages. History of Macau with Chinese Trade route influences. Explains influence of the Portugese, and excellent pre-history exhibits. Shows how people lived in pre-historic times, Chinese times, and the Portugese colonial times....More

1  Thank Bj E
Reviewed 14 September 2015

Walked there on a Monday to find it closed so will return another day. Looking forward to giving it a much higher rating next visit.

Thank Snewc78
Reviewed 12 September 2015

Extremely well presented museum. Certainly not boring. It give you a great overall view of the history of Macau and the trades that created this place in history.

1  Thank Patrick C
Reviewed 12 September 2015

The museum itself is OK, nothing really special... mostly visuals about former life in Macau, with limited added value, probably nice for children. The most interesting part being perhaps the first exhibit comparing Europe and China development over time. On the other hand, the entrance...More

Thank sanji
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