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Although Macau is small in size, Macau has many museums. Today, I will share with you the museums in Macau.

Visiting museums and exhibitions in Macao is an enjoyable, sure-fire way to make your visit more memorable and to gain more knowledge about this fascinating city and its history, plus its culture of ‘East meets West’ over the past four and a half centuries. Finding another place in the world so tiny and with such a rich cultural and historical heritage is probably next to impossible thus a variety of museums in Macao offer visitors a unique perspective on the territory’s chequered past.

Professionally curated exhibitions put both traditional and modern themes under the microscope to spotlight the diversity of art and culture which nourishes the city!

1.Macao Museum

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Macao Museum

The Macao Museum is a historical and cultural museum with a vast number of objects of great historical value, which demonstrates the way of life and cultures of the various communities which have been inhabited the city for ages.

The first floor is a short and comparative presentation of the way western and Chinese civilizations were developed before the arrival of the Portuguese in the Pearl River Delta in the 16th century. Besides, history of Macao, commercial activities, religions and cultures of the two civilizations are also displayed. Mounting the stairs to the second floor, visitors have the opportunity to come into contact with different aspects of the popular art and traditions of Macao; such as people’s daily lives, entertainment, religious ceremonies and traditional festivals. The third floor shows contemporary Macao including the characteristic aspects of city life. The way Macao has been portrayed in literature and the arts is prominently highlighted.

The Macao Museum is located in the Mount Fortress, which was built by the Jesuits in the early 17th century. For a long time, the Fortress was the city’s principal military defence structure where public access was restricted. In 1965 this Fortress was converted into the Meteorological Services and later opened to the public. Built on top of the Mount Hill, the Mount Fortress offers a panoramic view of the city. On its west is the Ruins of St. Paul’s. On 15th July 2005, the Historic Centre of Macao was officially listed as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The Mount Fortress and the Ruins of St. Paul’s are significant historical monuments of the Centre.

The Macao Museum was opened on 18th April 1998, consisting of two underground levels and a third one above the fortress’ top platform where the old Meteorological Services is housed. The architectural character and special configuration of the architecture has been retained and preserved.

Address : No. 112 Praceta do Museu de Macau
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Ticket booth closes at 5:30 p.m.) Closed on Mondays, open on public holidays.
Tel : +853 2835 7911
Fax : +853 2835 8503
E-mail : info.mm@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.macaumuseum.gov.mo
Fees :
Adults – MOP15; student card holders – MOP8;Macao ID cardholders, children of 12 years old or under, seniors of 65 years old or above and schools and non-profit associations (application submitted 7 working days in advance): Free. Free entry to the public on Tuesdays and the 15th of each month.

Remarks : The Museum includes a shop, a café, Mount Fortress Gallery and Mount Fortress Garden.

2.Maritime Museum

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Maritime Museum

If the history of Macao is really connected to the sea, there is no better place for the Maritime Museum, than the Square of the Barra Pagoda, dedicated to the Taoist goddess “A-MA”, the protector of fishermen, and also believed to be the place where the Portuguese first landed. The precise spot is where the Maritime Museum is located, the building is in the shape of a sailing ship anchored in the waters of the Inner Harbour.

On the ground floor the visitor can see the traditions and the way of life of the fishermen in Macao and South China: there are several types of ships, instruments and methods of fishing, different varieties of fish and shellfish living in these waters and even a copy of a fisherman’s house, where the whole family can be seen sharing the tasks which precede or follow fishing activities.

The visitor should note the “Little A-Ma Theatre” which tells the legend of this Goddess in Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese and English.

The first floor is dedicated exclusively to the Great Discovery, emphasising the Maritime History of China and Portugal, since it was the sea, which brought these two civilisations together. The trips of Admiral Cheng He are shown in interactively displays. During the Ming dynasty (15th century) Cheng He charted India and Arabia from the sea and reached the Eastern coast of Africa. The routes of the Portuguese Discoveries of the 15th and 16th centuries are also presented, together with samples of the products traded from that period: tea, spices…

The second floor is dedicated to Maritime Technology and Transport and it illustrates the way Macao has been connected to the sea. Several traditional tools can be observed along side models of the latest ships, for example the jetfoils that nowadays link Macao to Hong Kong. Special attention should be given to the monitor that enables the visitor to learn about Macao’s weather, particularly during the typhoon season when the formation of these tropical storms can be observed and tracked. In addition, visitors can view a sky over the Northern Hemisphere, demonstrating the importance of astronomy in navigation. Through interactions a visitor can find different constellations, including the one representing him/herself.

On the way out the visitor will cross a gallery of aquariums showing a riverbed, the harbour waters, a coral reef and last of all the seabed with the remains if an ancient shipwreck. Outside of the museum the visitor will find several real size exhibits, among which a dragon-boat similar to those raced during the Dragon Boat Festival.

Address : Largo do Pagode da Barra, no. 1, Macao
Opening Hours : From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Last admission at 5:30 p.m.). Closed on Tuesdays.
Tel : +853 2859 5481
Fax : +853 2851 2160
E-mail : museumaritimo@marine.gov.mo
Website www.museumaritimo.gov.mo
Fees :
10 to 17: MOP5 (Monday to Saturday) and MOP3 (Sunday); 18 to 64: MOP10 (Monday to Saturday) and MOP5 (Sunday); holder of valid Macao Resident Identity Card, children under 10 and seniors of 65 or above: Free.

Remarks : The Museum includes a nice esplanade by the river with a bar, open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Closed on Tuesdays). On the ground floor of the Museum there is a shop selling souvenirs and books about the city of Macao, maps, etc.

3.Mandarin’s House

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Mandarin’s House

Built before 1869, this was the traditional Chinese residential compound home of prominent Chinese literary figure Zheng Guanying. It is a traditional Chinese compound consisting of several courtyard houses, displaying a mix of Chinese and Western detailing, such as the use of grey bricks against arched ornamentations and Chinese timber lattice windows against mother-of-pearl window panels of Indian origin.

Address : No 10, Travessa de António da Silva, Macau
Opening Hours : 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (No admission after 5.30 p.m., closed on Wednesdays, except public holidays)
Fees : Free entrance
Tel : +853 2896 8820
Website : www.wh.mo/mandarinhouse
Remarks : Guided tours (in Cantonese) are offered at a fixed schedule on Saturdays and Sundays and online reservation is required

4.Wine Museum

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Wine Museum

To cope with the “Grand Prix Museum” remodeling project, the Wine Museum is temporarily closed until further notice.

This 1400 square-metre space is divided into a number of areas (Historical information/Wine Cellar/Museum and Exhibitions), using maps, texts, photos, tiles and videos, among other things to relate the history of wine. The aim of each section is not only to provide information regarding wine and grapevines, but also to recreate the atmosphere of the production of wine, showing the visitor the modern and traditional tools connected to wine production.

One of the main targets of this museum is to bring the visitor into contact with the social, economical and cultural importance of wine in Portuguese culture, traditions, daily life and celebratory rituals.

The space which houses around, 1143 different wine brands and in exposition (1115 Portuguese and 28 Chinese). From the 1115 Portuguese wine brands, there are 756 commercial wines and 359 special collection wines, and the Porto 1815 being the oldest; covers the different regions in Portugal and also presents examples of wine production in the People’s Republic of China. All varieties are accompanied by a short explanation.

There is also a set of mannequins wearing the various regional costumes from the different regions of Portugal.

Address : Rua Luis Gonzaga Gomes 431, basement (Tourism Activities Centre-CAT).
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8397 1825, +853 8397 1761
Fax : +853 2870 3820

5.Grand Prix Museum

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Grand Prix Museum

To cope with the remodeling project, the Grand Prix Museum is temporarily closed until further notice.

Opened 1993 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Macau Grand Prix, which features a number of automobile and motorbike races and takes place every year in November. It started in 1954 due to the enthusiasm of a group of Macao residents and the support of the authorities. Today it is an international sports event that attracts thousands of tourists and racing enthusiasts to Macao, to watch the classic “Guia Race” and the “Formula 3 Grand Prix”. As it takes place on a street circuit, which inevitably leads to a comparison with Monte Carlo, the Macau Grand Prix has been developing into a race that, due to the exactness and the need for precision which it imposes on the drivers, has had the participation of great names of the motor racing participating and which has also served as a launching platform for many other names, the visitor will certainly recognise while visiting the Grand Prix Museum.

In celebration of the 50th Macau Grand Prix, the Macao Government Tourism Office has carried out extensive renovations and modernization of the Museum.

The Museum pays tribute to individuals who have made extensive contributions to the success of the Grand Prix, namely Teddy Yip, Paul Du Toit, Laurel, Ayrton Senna and John Corsmit, among others. Come and discover the Grand Prix Museum, where a collection of magnificent machines that were raced and won the Guia circuit represent the history of one of the most exciting circuits in the world.

Address : Rua Luis Gonzaga Gomes, 431, basement (Tourism Activities Centre-CAT)
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8397 1825, +853 8397 1761
Fax : +853 2870 3820

6.Macao Museum of Art

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Macao Museum of Art

The Macao Museum of Art is the only art museum in Macao and provides the largest space dedicated to visual arts.

There are 5 floors in the Museum with seven different exhibition galleries. The Gallery of Chinese Calligraphy and Paintings and Gallery of Chinese Ceramics are located on the fourth floor, where mainly Chinese Calligraphy, Paintings, and Shiwan Ceramics from Canton are exhibited. On the second and third floors there are galleries for temporary exhibitions which has on display various artist’s collections from Macao and around the world. The Gallery of Historical Pictures is also located on the third floor, including the export-orientated Western paintings and European prints of Macao’s scenery by Chinese and Western painters.

The auditorium is located on the first floor with the capacity to seat more than 100 people. It is equipped for video projections and slides and various seminars are regularly organised for the public. The Museum has a library with many art-related books and allows use of the audio facilities and internet services for free. The library is also equipped with visual facilities where the public can choose from over 400 international films to watch in its visual room. On the ground floor, there is also a workshop where various art courses are regularly organised.

Address : Av. Xian Xing Hai, Macao
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., last admission until 6:30 p.m. (closed on Mondays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8791 9814 Museum, +853 8791 9802 Library
E-mail : MAM@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.mam.gov.mo

7.Handover Gifts Museum of Macao

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Handover Gifts Museum of Macao

The Handover Gifts Museum of Macao is built on the site of the Macao Handover Ceremony of the Sino-Portuguese Governments. Now, it is the location for the exhibition of the handover gifts.

Inside, visitors can see the auspicious gifts offered by the 56 ethnics to celebrate the establishment of the Macao Special Administrative Region. These gifts were well designed with the nation’s unique artistic regional styles and represent best wishes of the ethnic groups towards Macao’s prosperous future.

Address : Av. Xian Xing Hai, Macao
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. (Tickets are only available up to 6:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8504 1800
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/handovermuseum

8.Macao Science Center

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Macao Science Center

In regard to the situation of the Novel coronavirus pneumonia, the Macao Science Center will adjust its opening days to three days a week (from Friday to Sunday) from April 1 onward, and will be closed on April 4 (Ching Ming Festival). More information…

Macao Science Center was designed by world renowned architect Mr. I.M. Pei and Pei Partnership Architects. With a gross floor area of 20,000 square metres, Macao Science Center consists of the Exhibition Center, the Planetarium and the Convention Center.

Exhibition Center

The permanent galleries cover topics in Science for children, Technology, Environment and Life Style. The exhibitions seek to provide knowledge-oriented, scientific and interesting interactive exhibits, and allow visitors to explore science exhibitions to provide more diversified features to the visitors.


The first Planetarium in the world equipped with 3D and ultra-high definition projection system of 8,000 x 8,000 pixels, and is capable of playing interactive live shows and dome movies in 3D. Its powerful real-time astronomical database can take audiences onto a journey travelling freely in space and time.

Convention Center

The Convention Center includes a multi-functional Convention Hall and 4 Meeting Rooms. It is equipped with professional audio-visual facilities, simultaneous interpretation systems, and video conferencing equipment.

Address : Avenida Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, Macau
Tel : +853 2888 0822
Fax : +853 2888 0855
E-mail : info@msc.org.mo
Website : www.msc.org.mo
Opening Hours :
10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Tickets are only available up to 5.30 p.m., closed on Thursdays and Lunar New Year’s Eve, open on public holidays.) Open daily in July and August.
Fees :
Exhibition Galleries – MOP25
Planetarium (2D Dome /2D Sky Shows) – MOP60
Planetarium (3D Dome /3D Sky Shows) – MOP80
Free admission for children under 2 years old

9.Treasure of Sacred Art

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Treasure of Sacred Art

The Spanish Dominicans built the Church of S. Domingos (St. Dominic’s) during the 1590s along with a convent, which unfortunately no longer exists. The church is dedicated to Our Lady of the Rosary. Initially was built of wood but during the 17th century it was replaced by an imposing structure, which included three naves. In the 18th century in line with the popular architecture of the time it was decorated in the colonial baroque style together with decorative motives characteristic of the region, a fact that contributes to its unique features.

The Museum of the Church of S. Domingos (Treasure of Sacred Art) is now located in the buildings adjacent to the church and it has been open to visitors since 1997. When the Religious Order was abolished in Portugal in 1834, the church received a great number of religious artefacts that are presently on show in the museum, which occupies what is left of the ancient cloisters and also other rooms connected to the church.

The visitor should start in the church, which was carefully restored in 1994, enabling them to somehow experience the atmosphere of ancient Catholic missions in China. Then go upstairs to the museum in order to admire the rich collection of gold objects, statues, richly ornamented canonicals, religious paintings as well as a number of liturgical vessels. Many of the pieces exhibited are from Macao but there are also some from other parts of Asia, namely India. On the whole there are around 300 excellent pieces dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries.

Address : S. Domingos Square, Macao (next to Senado Square)
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : + 853 2836 7706
Website : www.macaumuseum.gov.mo/w3ENG/w3MMabout/DomingosC.aspx

10.Treasure of Sacred Art of St. Joseph’s Seminary

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Treasure of Sacred Art of St. Joseph’s Seminary

Founded in 1728 by Jesuit missionaries, St. Joseph’s Seminary has cultivated numerous outstanding Catholic clergy in the course of the last three centuries, maintained a close relationship with Macao’s social development and made positive contributions to local cultural, educational, artistic and charitable undertakings.

St. Joseph’s Seminary houses a great number of religious artefacts, e.g. books and documents, oil paintings, icons, liturgical vestments and vessels, etc. In order to give the public an opportunity to appreciate these historical collections, the Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macao SAR Government has collaborated with the Seminary and the Catholic Diocese of Macao in establishing the Treasure of Sacred Art of St. Joseph’s Seminary.

Address : Igreja de S. José, Rua do Seminário, Macau
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Closed on Wednesdays, open on public holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2835 7911
E-mail : info.mm@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en/stJose

11.Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt

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Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt

In regard to the situation of the Novel coronavirus pneumonia, the Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt will be temporarily closed until further notice.

The Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt were built in the inner area of the Ruins of St. Paul’s where the magnificent church of Mater Dei had been previously located. From 1990 to 1996, the Government proceeded archaeological excavation and restoration project of the Church, and built in the location of the chancel of the ancient church, the Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt was inaugurated on 23rd October 1996.

In the centre of the Crypt, on the granite rock, lie the remains of a tomb, which might have belonged to the founder of the St. Paul’s College, Father Alexander Valignano. Along the sidewalls, there are relics of Japanese and Vietnamese martyrs.

In the room adjacent to the Crypt there is a Museum of Sacred Art, which includes objects of high historical and artistic value from different churches and convents of Macao, as well as 4 sacred paintings about St. Francis, crucifixes, religious statues and liturgical vessels, etc. Among the oil paintings, the St. Archangel Michael of the 17th century is highlighted, not only because of its antiquity and imposing figure but also it is the only work of the ancient St. Paul’s College having survived the fire in 1835.

Since the 17th century and along the centuries, Macao has been a missionary base in the Far East. The St. Paul’s College played a significant role in early religious activities. Thus the Museum of Sacred Art and Crypt, as well as the ancient Church of Mater Dei (Ruins of St. Paul’s) are remarkable historical remains reflecting the missionary work of that period.

On 15th July 2005, the Historic Centre of Macao was officially listed as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. The Ruins of St. Paul’s are significant historical monuments of the Centre.

Address : Ruins of St. Paul’s, Macao
Opening Hours : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (except Tuesday afternoon), no admission after 5:30 p.m. Open on public holidays. Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Fees : Free admission
Website : www.macaumuseum.gov.mo/w3ENG/w3MMabout/ScaredC.aspx

12.Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial House in Macau

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Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial House in Macau

This original building in the architectonic heritage of Macao houses a number of documents, paying homage to the stay of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen in Macao. He was the mentor and driving force of the Chinese republican revolution, which overthrew the weak regime of the Qing Dynasty. A charismatic personality that united the Chinese, he is therefore considered as the “Father of the Nation”. The house bears witness to his short but significant stay in Macao at the beginning of the last century when, while fleeing the power of the imperial mandarins, he tried to move his supporters in order to plan for the establishment of a new regime in China. In Macao he received the support of friends, at the time important and powerful persons in political and social of Macao.

Address : No. 1, Rua Silva Mendes, Macao (opposite the police station)
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2857 4064, +853 2830 6282

13.Lou Kau Mansion

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Lou Kau Mansion

In conjunction with the programme Property Guide at Lou Kau Mansion, integrated in the 19th Macao City Fringe Festival, organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau, the Lou Kau Mansion will close at 5pm from 15 to 17 January. The second floor will be temporarily closed from 11 to 17 January.

The mansion is believed to be built in 1889.This was the home of Lou Kau, a prominent Chinese merchant who owned several imposing properties in the city. The location of this grand old house depicts the diverse social profile present in the centre of the old “Christian City”, where this traditional Chinese residence stands near Senado Square and Cathedral Square. Lou Kau Mansion is a two-storey, traditional grey-brick courtyard house, with the architectural characteristics of a typical Xiguan Chinese residential building.

Address : No.7, Travessa da Sé
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., no admission after 5.30 p.m. (Closed on Mondays, except public holidays)

14.Lin Zexu Memorial Museum of Macao

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Lin Zexu Memorial Museum of Macao

This small museum is located near the Lin Fong Temple and commemorates the visit of the imperial commissioner Lin Zexu to Macao on the 3rd September 1839 (during the reign of Emperor Daoguang). The aim of the visit was to ensure both the prohibition of the opium trade in the Territory administered by the Portuguese authorities and the Portuguese neutrality in the differences that opposed Great Britain to China and, which would lead to the Opium War. This war would result in the opening of a number of Chinese ports to the international commerce and to the cession of Hong Kong Island to the British.

This museum has a photographic display bearing witness to that highly tense period in the history of China.

Address : Av. Almirante Lacerda, Macao (near the Canidrome Dog Race Track and at the foot of the Mong Há Hill)
Opening Hours : 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Closed on Monday and mandatory holidays)
Fees : Adult – MOP5; children under 8 and seniors over 65 – MOP3.
Tel : +853 2855 0166

15.Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum

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Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum

Xian Xinghai is hailed as “the people’s musician” and is renowned for his great achievements in the contemporary music history of China. Born into a fishing family in Macao, he meticulously sought for musical excellence, ingeniously integrated Chinese and Western music techniques and created many well-known masterpieces over his brief 40 years, all brimming with the cultural inclusiveness of Macao. One of his signature pieces, the Yellow River Cantata, was widely sung during the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, where it boosted the morale and stimulated patriotism of the Chinese across the nation.

In celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and the 20th anniversary of the Macao’s Handover to China, the Macao SAR Government has established the Xian Xinghai Memorial Museum to honour his contributions to the nation, promote his musical achievements and set him as role model for the young people.

Address : Rua de Francisco Xavier Pereira n.os 151-153, Macau
Opening Hours : 10am to 6pm (Last admission at 5:30pm). Closed on Tuesdays. Open on public holidays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2845 0062,+853 8988 4000
E-mail : info.dm@icm.gov.mo
Website : https://www.icm.gov.mo/en/XianXingHai

16.Fire Services Museum

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Fire Services Museum

The Fire Services Museum Building was built in 1920 in European style, with more than 700 exhibits in two halls occupying an area of 350 square meters. In the main hall there are Chinese and British made pumps, old British fire engines, a display showing a fireman sliding down a pole, data, historic pictures and shield, flags, diplomas, medals and badges of the brigade. There is also a mannequin dressed in a 1940’s ceremonial uniform.

The second hall shows a more face of the brigade where there are a model of the Central Operational Post, an electronic board indicating the sites of current and past fire stations, a helmet and boots, traditional Chinese hoses and nozzles, ancient fire alarms, the plaque with the word well ladders, the breathing apparatus and public fire hydrants. There is also a model simulating the effect of fire on a wooden hut.

Address : Estrada de Coelho do Amaral, no. 2 to 6, Macao
Opening Hours : Everyday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., open on public holidays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8396 0420, +853 8396 0319

17.Museum of the Holy House of Mercy

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Holy House of Mercy

The Holy House of Mercy Museum, which was opened in 2001, comprises an invaluable collection of Macao’s Catholic relics, some of them dated back from 16th Century, bearing testimony to the history of Western culture that was introduced to China through Macao.

Here, lies items connected to the history of the Holy House itself, with natural emphasis for the original manuscript of the Commitment of the Macau Holy House of Mercy handwritten and dated of 1662, believed to be the oldest in the Holy House of Mercy’s archives, institution founded some years earlier, in 1569 by the first Bishop of Macao, D. Belchior Carneiro.

Other relevant pieces of secular history of the Holy House of Mercy are: the Skull D. Belchior Carneiro and the Cross that he was buried with; the oil portrait of D. Belchior Carneiro, dating from the 18th century; and the bronze bell from the old S. Rafael Hospital.

Another feature of the museum are the pieces of Sacred Art among which stand out: the statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus dated from the early 19th century, the statues of Our Lady of the Annunciation and Crucified Christ, both in ivory and dated from 18th century, Japanese and European ceramics with the monogram of the Society of Jesus, demonstrating the key role played by the Jesuits in the rapprochement between the Eastern and western civilizations.

Address : Travessa da Misericordia, No.2, Macao (at Senado Square)
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., 2:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. (closed on Mondays and public holidays)
Fees : MOP5; Students and seniors over 65: Free.
Tel : +853 2857 3938, +853 2833 7503
Website : www.scmm.mo

18.Natural and Agrarian Museum

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Natural and Agrarian Museum

Located in the Seac Pai Van Park of Coloane, the Natural and Agrarian Museum is the first museum of nature in Coloane Island dedicated to showcases of natural resources. It was opened to the public on 21st March, 1997. Each of the two exhibition halls of the Museum has two display areas housing a collection of around 200 exhibits under the following themes on Macao: physical geography, Mangal artificial, specimens of flora and fauna.

Address : Seac Pai Van Park, Coloane, Macau
Opening Hours : From 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Closed on Mondays except holidays).
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2888 0087
E-mail : decn@iam.gov.mo
Website : nature.iam.gov.mo/e/edufacility/detail/b0285a88-35cd-4326-8150-796df0125b4a

19.Taipa Houses

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Taipa Houses

Acclaimed as one of the top eight sites of Macao, the Taipa Houses represents the charming Portuguese architectural style in Taipa. The Portuguese residences along Avenida da Praia, together with the neighbouring Our Lady of Carmel Church and the garden, comprise a picturesque landscape in which the five green houses stand out as the most representative.

These five houses, built in 1921, once served as the residences of senior civil servants, also namely Macanese families; in 1992, they were acknowledged as a building complex of architectural value. Later, the government decided to revamp the houses completely as a museum site, opened to the public at the end of 1999 as the ‘Taipa Houses-Museum’.

In September 2016, the Macao SAR Government re-capitalised on these five buildings by transforming them into the ‘Macanese Living Museum’, ‘Exhibitions Gallery’, ‘Creative Casa’, ‘Nostalgic House’ and ‘House for Receptions’ from west to east, respectively. This project has converted the place into a combination of culture and creativity, with outdoor performances and leisure elements, making it a showcase of not only the culture of the Portuguese-speaking countries but of culture from all over the world.

Macanese Living Museum

The Macanese Living Museum recreates daily scenes from Macao’s past. The term ‘Macanese’ refers to the ethnic group whose Portuguese ancestors married Chinese, Malay and Filipinos from Southeast Asia, and Indians from South Asia, in Macao. The Macanese have their own dialect and lifestyle; while most of them share Western religious beliefs they are also deeply influenced by Chinese life patterns.

Exhibitions Gallery

The Exhibitions Gallery shows exhibitions from time to time to enrich local people’s leisure life. In addition, it is available for consulates to borrow to serve as an exhibition and exchange venue for world culture and art, thus introducing more cultural tourism elements through exchanges between Macao and other countries.

Creative Casa

The Creative Casa primarily serves as a platform for the exhibition and promotion of the culture and information of Macao and Portuguese-speaking countries, and the sale of specialty products. The ground floor displays and sells cultural products and publications with Portuguese characteristics and related to Taipa, and the first floor is a space for temporary exhibitions.

Nostalgic House

In the Nostalgic House, special exhibitions on the Macanese people and the Cotai district are organized from time to time in order to display the native culture, life, religion, architecture, and cuisine of the Macanese community and Cotai district in the past and present.

House for Receptions

The House for Receptions is not open to the public. It is a venue for official banquets, receptions and other activities.

Address : Avenida da Praia, Taipa, Macau
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8988 4000, +853 2882 7527
E-mail : info.mm@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en/housesmuseum
Opening Hours :
10 a.m. to 7 p.m., no admittance after 6:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays.
‘Creative Casa’: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m..
‘House for Receptions’ is not open to public.

20.Sound of the Century – The Museum of Vintage Sound Machines

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Sound of the Century – The Museum of Vintage Sound Machines

The Museum boosts a collection of over 200 pieces of authentic historical audio and visual equipment : antique gramophones and phonographs, hand-cranked music boxes, manual telephones, tube radios, carved cashiers, wire recorders, televisions and coin-operated juke boxes that date back from as far as more than one hundred years ago. Come and experience the visual and operatic beauty of original records and cylinders playing on the original talking machines. Take yourself back in time and marvel at the magic and wonder of an earlier world of music powered by springs to the development of modern day electronics.

Address : Rua das Estalagens No 13-15, 2.o andar, Macau (Tai Peng Electronics & Appliances)
Opening Hours : Appointment is needed at least one day in advance. Closed on Saturdays & Sundays.
Fees : MOP30
Tel : +853 2892 1389
Website : www.tai-peng.com

21.Heritage Exhibition of a Traditional Pawnshop Business

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Heritage Exhibition of a Traditional Pawnshop Business

In regard to the situation of the Novel coronavirus pneumonia, the Heritage Exhibition of a Traditional Pawnshop Business will be temporarily closed until further notice.

“Tak Seng On” [The Virtue and Success Pawnshop] was established in 1917 , and belonged, initially, to Mr. Kou Ho Ning a wealthy Macao merchant. The architectural design and layout, interior decor and equipment of this establishment would have been very similar to pawnshops in Mainland China at the time.

Today, this kind of pawnshop has been relegated to the annals of history, but as part of its mission to preserve the cultural heritage of Macao, the Cultural Institute of the Macao S.A.R. Government has restored “Tak Seng On” to its original condition. By visiting this historic premise, locals and tourists can glimpse the heyday of the pawn business in Macao.

Address : Av. Almeida Ribeiro No. 396
Opening Hours : From 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Closed on the first Monday of every month)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8988 4027
Website : www.icm.gov.mo

22.The Patane Night Watch House

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The Patane Night Watch House

The rehabilitation of the Patane Night Watch House, located at no. 52-54 in Rua da Palmeira, was the result of a cooperative effort between the Cultural Affairs Bureau and Patane’s Tou Tei Mio Mercy and Charity Association. The Night Watch House, officially opened to the public on the 18th of December, 2015, aims not only to reveal the traditional values of mutual assistance, which took place between different neighbourhoods and local communities, but also to safeguard folk traditions and local history.

The Patane Night Watch House was part of an ensemble of similar houses, and comprised two single-storey compartments, with gabled roofs, separated by an inner patio. The rear compartment incorporated in its construction an existing large stone, on top of which wooden columns and a brick wall were built. This style of houses, built close to the hillside, embody an architecture that is adapted to the geography of the surrounding area, bringing together the natural and cultural landscapes.

The night watch in ancient China served to report time and remind people to take precautions against fire and theft. In the past, there were also night watchmen in Macao. Later, the service evolved into a night watch patrol system, with the characteristics of a civil defence force and with a clear management structure. However, following the modernisation of the city, this social service gradually vanished. The night watchmen’s practice of holding lanterns and striking gongs to report the time for citizens no longer exists, nor do they assume critical roles to help maintain public security or to ensure social order. As a witness to the sounds of the night watchmen, the only remaining night watch house is located in Rua da Palmeira, in Patane, and is imprinted with this history.

The exhibition covers two themes, namely the various night watch houses existing in Macao and the night watchmen’s profession itself. It showcases, through historical photos, the exhibition of objects, the architecture of the night watch house after its renovation, and with an artist’s graphic illustrations, the status, transformation and evolution of this energetic occupation.

Address : Rua da Palmeira n.º 52-54, Macao
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (No admission after 5:30 p.m.) Closed on Mondays, open on public holidays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8399 6699
E-mail : WebMaster.MH@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en/NightWatchHouse
Remarks : Visitor capacity: The exhibition can accommodate a maximum of 15 visitors at any one time.

23.Exhibition Room of Master Lu Ban’s Woodcraft Works

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Exhibition Room of Master Lu Ban’s Woodcraft Works

The Exhibition Room of Master Lu Ban’s Woodcraft Works has been officially open to the public since July 2015 in the Carpenters Guildhall at no. 39-41 of Rua de Camilo Pessanha.

The Carpenters Guildhall building was constructed on the 20th year of the reign of Emperor Daoguang of the Qing Dynasty (ca. 1840), being this guildhall one of the earliest professional associations in Macao’s history. Between 2013 and 2014, the Cultural Affairs Bureau joined hands with the Macao Carpentry Trade Union and proceeded with the restoration of the building. In this way, it was possible to pay homage to master artisan Lu Ban for his contributions and to create a space where Macao’s traditional woodworks could be displayed, thus raising awareness among residents about this activity and the Guildhall itself and, at the same time, revitalizing an important cultural space. The restoration included preventing water infiltration and removal of salt from the walls on the first floor of Lu Ban’s altar room, repairing bricks, reinforcing the structure of the building and reopening the skylight. It also included the conversion of the room previously used for the Union’s activities into an exhibition room for traditional carpentry techniques, which, together with the main hall of Lu Ban’s altar room and the outdoor courtyard, make up the current Exhibition Room of Master Lu Ban’s Woodcraft Works, comprising a total area of 172 m2.

Currently, the altar’s main hall displays a large version of ‘Lu Ban So’, also known as Lu Ban’s lock, while the exhibition room showcases, through objects and multimedia, over 80 traditional wooden tools, including saws, planes, drills and ink markers, as well as information about Lu Ban’s story, his inventions and the techniques for using carpentry tools. Also, building components which were built using the ‘mortise-and-tenon’ structure are on display and wooden tools are available for the use of visitors. All of these demonstrate the traditional craftsmanship and wisdom passed down from generations, allowing visitors to gain a better understanding of carpentry techniques and traditional industries. In addition, the Centre of Continuing Education and Special Projects of the Macao Polytechnic Institute provided historical materials and documents, as well as narrative documentaries, which further enriched the display content of the Exhibition Room of Master Lu Ban’s Woodcraft Works.

Address : Rua de Camilo Pessanha, S/N, Macao (Carpenters’ Guildhall)
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Closed on Wednesdays, open on public holidays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8399 6699
E-mail : WebMaster.MH@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en/LuBan
Remarks : Visitor Capacity: The Exhibition Room can accommodate a maximum of 20 visitors at any one time.

24.The Na Tcha Exhibition Room

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The Na Tcha Exhibition Room

The time-honoured Na Tcha Customs and Beliefs of Macao, having been passed down from generation to generation, were inscribed on the National Intangible Cultural Heritage List in 2014. To manifest the diversity of Macao’s culture, and contribute to the long-standing safeguarding and sustainable transmission of Na Tcha Customs and Beliefs, the ‘Na Tcha Exhibition Hall’ was unveiled in 2012. Choreographed by the Cultural Affair Bureau and supported by the Na Tcha Temple Association and residents nearby, this initiative enabled locals and visitors to grasp the festivities, history and customs related and dedicated to this Deity.

The exhibition room in Na Tcha Temple, a construction that brings together the traditional and the modern, has a total area of around 70 m2. This room presents the legend of Na Tcha and its festivities and exhibits several objects used in the celebration of the deity’s birthday, such as religious incense burners, couplets, objects used in religious processions, like the Sedan-Chair of Na Tcha, the ceremonial umbrella, lion heads, and also firecrackers for the religious festivities, among others. Furthermore, the Cultural Affairs Bureau has created a video about Na Tcha’s festivities and has compiled, on an eBook format, photographs of commemorative activities in honour of this deity taken during the last decades, allowing the visitors to witness the history and the evolution of these traditions. The exhibition showcases eight drawings explaining the origins of Na Tcha’s legend in a didactic way, being the work of a local popular cartoonist, named Ah-Cheng. Through these objects, the visitors can better understand the meaning of the Na Tcha beliefs and traditions, as well as experience the festive atmosphere of its celebrations. Also exhibited in this space are artifacts and construction remains found during archaeological excavations, believed to have belonged to the western wing of the Church of Mater Dei.

Address : Pátio do Espinho n.º 6, Macao
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (No admission after 5:30 p.m.) Closed on Wednesdays, open on public holidays.
Fees : Free Admission
Tel : +853 8399 6699
E-mail : WebMaster.MH@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en/NaTcha
Remarks : Visitor capacity: The Exhibition Room can accommodate a maximum of 20 visitors at any one time.

25.Museum of the Macao Security Forces

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Museum of the Macao Security Forces

Located next to the S. Francisco Garden (Calçada dos Quartéis S. Francisco), exhibits military equipment and introducing Macao Police Force history.

Address : Calçada dos Quartéis, Macau
Opening Hours : Monday to Friday – 9:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. ; Weekends & public holidays – 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Fees : Free Admission
Tel : +853 2855 9999
Website : www.fsm.gov.mo/dsfsm/cht/exhibition/introduction.aspx

26.Macao Tea Culture House

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Macao Tea Culture House

The Macao Tea Culture House – an imposing edifice featuring southern European elements and a Chinese tiled roof – complements the Portuguese-style buildings in the area magnificently as well as the surrounding Suzhou-inspired landscape of Lou Lim Ieoc Garden.

This new attraction will stage a variety of long and short-term exhibitions to introduce the tea cultures of Macao, China and the West, and seeks to promote the study of tea cultures worldwide.

Address : Lou Lim Ieoc Garden, Avenida do Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida, Macau
Opening Hours : 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (Closed on Mondays, open on public holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2836 6866
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en

27.Communications Museum

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Communications Museum

The Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau’s Communications Museum is a place with cultural, scientific and technological characteristics. With the belief of “Dare to experiment, Dare to discover, the Museum encourages visitors to enjoy “Fun Learning at Communications Museum”

Visitors can request for information at the Reception & Shop about exhibitions, activities and facilities lease, shop for their favorite Macao stamps and request for postal and money transfer services. Postal/Philately Gallery displays exhibits related to the history of Macao Post ranging from precious artifacts to valuable collection of stamps and postal objects.

Telecommunications Gallery shows the most interactive and experimental exhibits of the Museum. Visitors will understand the development of the means and techniques of communications as well as front-end technologies.

Outdoor exhibits are installed in the terrace next to the D. Maria II Garden. Visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Macao and the Fortress D. Maria II built in 1852 (Qing Dynasty, Xianfeng 2nd Year – the only ancient fortress that uses a suspension bridge as the entrance.

Address : Estrada de D. Maria II, no. 7, Macau
Opening Hours : From 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed on public holidays.
Tel : +853 2871 8063, +853 2871 8570
E-mail : info@cmm.gov.mo
Website : www.cmm.gov.mo
Fees :
Individual: MOP10
Student Card holders (ISIC or local): MOP5
Groups of 15 or above: MOP7 per person
Macao residents, Local student group visits booked by schools, Children under 3 years old and Holders of local or international (ITIC) Teacher Identify Card, Tour Guide Card & Tour Guide Trainee Card of Macao, ICOM Membership Card, Senior Citizens Card and Disability Assessment Registration Card issued by Social Welfare Bureau: Free

28.Museum of Taipa and Coloane History

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Museum of Taipa and Coloane History

A comprehensive collection of exhibits are displayed at the museum. On the first floor, the exhibitions of the historical relics unearthed on Coloane, the stone architectural remains in the basement of the former Island Council Building, and the development of the villages, religions and culture of the islands provide an overview of the history and culture of old Coloane and Taipa. The exhibition rooms on the second floor have different themes, including the history of the former Municipal Council of the Islands, a look back at agriculture and handicrafts in the old days, the architectural features of buildings on Coloane and Taipa and the recent development of the two islands. It provides visitors with a better understanding of the modern political and economical development of Coloane and Taipa.

Address : Rua Correia da Silva, Taipa
Opening Hours : 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (No admittance after 5:30 p.m.). Closed on Mondays.
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2836 6866
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en

29.General Ye Ting’s Former Residence

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General Ye Ting’s Former Residence

The late General Ye Ting, a prominent military leader and one of the pioneers for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, had spent seven years living in Macao. In commemoration of his significant role in China’s modern history, the Macao SAR Government has carried out a series of restoration projects on Ye’s former residence in Macao since 2006, raised bronze sculpture at the front yard and installed photo exhibitions in the mansion. General Ye Ting’s Former Residence was officially opened to the public on 28 May 2014.

The two-storey, western-style mansion occupies some 180 square meters together with its front yard. Entering the Former Residence, visitors can find the mansion furnished with numerous pieces of its original furniture and home decorations from the old days. Housing a display of antique photos, General Ye Ting’s Former Residence bears witness to Ye Ting’s life in Macao with his family in the bygone years.

Address : Rua do Almirante Costa Cabral, No. 76, Macau
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Closed on Wednesdays; open on public holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8399 6699
Website : www.icm.gov.mo

30.Former Chong Sai Pharmacy

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Former Chong Sai Pharmacy

The building located at No. 80 in Rua das Estalagens, where the Former Chong Sai Pharmacy established by Dr. Sun Yat-sen, was built before 1892. The building is a typical shophouse. From July 1893 to early 1894, was one of the first pharmacies and clinics recorded in Macao’s history with western medical services, operated by Chinese doctor. Afterwards, the house was rented out, handed over and sold several times throughout the years, even being used as a Taoist hall and later used for textile businesses.

The Government of Macao S.A.R acquired the house in 2011 and carried out restoration and revitalisation works. After its conservation has been completed in 2016, It has become an exhibition space for the public. Currently, exhibitions in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of Dr. Sun Yat-sen’s birth and on the conservation of No. 80 are ongoing, the exhibitions cover sections of an archaeological artefacts and traces, renovation techniques of the building and architectural features as well as a section specially dedicated to Dr. Sun Yat-sen and Macao. These exhibitions allow visitors to have further understanding of the relationship between Dr. Sun Yat-sen and Macao as well as the characteristics and architectonical features of this traditional shophouse.

Address : Rua das Estalagens, No. 80, Macau
Opening Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Closed on Tuesdays; open on public holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 8399 6699
E-mail : WebMaster.MH@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/en/ChongSaiPharmacy
Remarks : Crowd control: A maximum of 40 visitors are allowed at a time

31.Jao Tsung-I Academy

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Jao Tsung-I Academy

Professor Jao Tsung-i, widely honoured as “master of Sinology”, has earned worldwide reputation. With remarkable achievements and outstanding contributions in literature, arts, academics, Professor Jao is a rare giant of the century. The connection between Professor Jao and Macao is profound. Professor Jao’s attention and support to Macao’s cultural arena are shown by generous donations of his artworks and pieces of writing to the cultural departments of Macao. To promulgate Chinese culture and arts, the Macao SAR Government establishes the Jao Tsung-I Academy and holds the permanent exhibition Calligraphies and Paintings Donated by Jao Tsung-I, making the professor’s excellent artworks accessible to visitors.

Address : Avenida do Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida, No. 95 C-D, Macao
Opening Hours : 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Last admission at 5:30 p.m., closed on Mondays, open on public holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2852 2523
E-mail : ajti@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.ajti.gov.mo/EN/Default

32.Commemorative Gallery of the Macao Basic Law

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Commemorative Gallery of the Macao Basic Law

The Basic Law of the Macao Special Administrative Region is formulated in accordance with the Constitution of the People’s Republic of China, safeguarding state sovereignty and territorial integrity on the one hand and granting Macao a high degree of autonomy on the other hand. It is a manifestation of the guiding principle of One Country, Two Systems and the Central Government’s basic policies towards Macao. The formulation of the Basic Law is deeply rooted in history and of momentous practical significance.

The Commemorative Gallery of the Macao Basic Law has shouldered the responsibilities to preserve the historical traces and ensures that future generations will be aware of this process and the underlying reasons. In the gallery, the following exhibition zones are set up: “Foreword”, “Retrospective History of Macao”, “The Guiding Principle of One Country, Two Systems”, “Formulation and Implementation of the Macao Basic Law”, “The Constitution of the People’s Republic of China and the Macao Basic Law”, “Success of the Macao Basic Law”, “Promotion of the Macao Basic Law” and “Interactive Education Zone”. In addition, there is an archive which aims to provide valuable documents for the researchers or interested parties so that they can gain a better understanding of the relevant materials and the basic spirit of the Macao Basic Law, as well as how it has been implemented successfully in Macao.

Address : Avenida de Marciano Baptista, Macau (Left side of the Macao Forum’s Main Entrance)
Opening Hours : 10am – 7pm (open on public holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2833 7676
Fax : +853 8394 8827
Website : civicedu.iam.gov.mo/e/submenu13/frame

33.Tung Sin Tong Historical Archive Exhibition Hall

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Tung Sin Tong Historical Archive Exhibition Hall

Established in 1892, Tung Sin Tong Charitable Society was the first such Chinese charitable organization in Macao, and is the only one in China to have provided an uninterrupted service since its inception. From its humble origins of providing food, clothing and medicine to the poor, it has grown into a sizeable institution that today operates nurseries, a primary and secondary school, an adult-education centre, medical clinics and pharmacy, and dispenses rice and cooking oil to the needy. Learn more about this inspiring institution – and the people of Macao – in the Archive Exhibition Hall.

Address : No. 55, Rua de Camilo Pessanha, Macao
Opening Hours : 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (Closed on Tuesdays and mandatory holidays)
Fees : Free admission
Tel : +853 2838 9773, +853 2892 2022
E-mail : tst.haeh@gmail.com

34.Temporary Exhibitions Gallery of IAM

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Temporary Exhibitions Gallery of IAM

The gallery, opened in 1985, is located in one of the lateral sections of the main lobby. It was formerly office premises but later served as a gallery for holding cultural and art exhibitions.

Address : Av. Almeida Ribeiro, 163
Opening Hours : 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. (closed on Mondays, open on public holidays)
Fees : Free Admission
Tel : +853 2836 6866

35.Tap Seac Gallery

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Tap Seac Gallery

An exciting gallery devoted to promoting both cultural and artistic exhibitions has been opened in Macao on 5th Dec. 2003. The Tap Seac Gallery, which is being financed and managed by the Cultural Institute, is available for presentations, educational projects and research projects, expositions and other functions.

Tap Seac Gallery features distinctive design and construction having two wells inside the building, plus a patio in the centre of the building which allows in daylight to add a unique dimension to exhibitions and displays. The gallery covers 4,000 square feet, and for multi-purpose usage, the interior signboards can easily be adjusted and moved around. In addition, there are some computer stations allowing access to the Internet as a further aid for cultural research and information.

Address : Av. Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida, No. 95, Macau
Opening Hours : 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Tel : +853 2836 6866
E-mail : Webmaster.Man@icm.gov.mo
Website : www.icm.gov.mo/TS


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Cinematheque・Passion is a three-storey building assembled with multiple functions including video storage, film journals and book loan service and film appreciation. On the ground floor are the ticket lobby, screening room and control room, primarily used for screening art films and independent films. Local film materials, periodicals and magazines are available for residents in the film information room on the first floor, while the office is located on the second floor. The establishment of the Cinematheque aims to promote Macao film culture by cultivating local film appreciation and providing a diversified choice of movies.

Address : Travessa da Paixão, n.º 13, Macau
Tel : +853 2852 2585
E-mail : cinematheque.passion@gmail.com
Website : www.cinematheque-passion.mo/en/Home
Opening Hours :
Tuesdays to Sundays (Closed on Mondays, open on public holidays);
Ticket Office: 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.;
Film Information Room: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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