The Macau Museum is next to the St. Paul's archway. The museum is divided into three floors. The first floor is the exhibition of Macau history, the second floor is the display of local architectural features and folk customs of Macau, and the third floor is the exhibition content of contemporary Macau!
Very good value, well designed, informative and interesting. It captures Macau very well. Our whole family enjoyed it.
When you come to Macau, you must also visit her museum. The Macau Museum is a comprehensive museum next to the St. Paul’s archway. The museum is divided into three floors. The first floor shows the early history of Macau, and the second floor. Showcasing the folk arts and traditions of Macau, the third floor is themed exhibition of the season, which is also very suitable for visiting.
The Macau Museum is open for free on Tuesdays and the 15th, and photography is not allowed inside. When I came out to see a group of young ladies wearing cheongsams, they were very emotional. It fits the atmosphere here. On the top floor, you can see the whole of Macau. The museum is near the Ruins of the Ruins of the Ruins of St. Paul. After browsing the Ruins of the Ruins of St. Paul, I came to the museum. The appearance is actually quite unremarkable. . It is recommended to come and visit.
Very nice place! Increase posture, increase culture! From the entrance, the museum compares the development of Chinese and world cultures in the same period. The history teacher is very worthwhile to learn from this method to explain to students. The exhibition hall inside introduces the Macau architecture, festivals and celebrations, home furnishings, and lifestyle. It is a very important way to understand the culture of Macau. I will visit the museum at the end. It is also the last familiarity and goodbye to the city of Macau. In-depth travellers suggest to visit first.