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I got a late start and did not arrive here until 4:30pm but it was enough time and I finished in an hour.(Closed at 6 the day I visited). I moved through a few exhibits quickly so perhaps add an extra 30 or 40 minutes...More
The Macao Museum at Monte Forte is the overall best museum in Macau for anyone interested in learning about local history, heritage and how Macau came to be the place it is today.
The museum includes over 35 exhibitions dedicated to early history, Portuguese colonialism,...More
Free for child below 12.
Cheap tickets for adults.. If you can explain what the antiques, old machinery, and stuffs. Kids love this place as they can understand how their chinese/portugese grandparents live their lives..
Links to the fort, cannon tower.. Good site.
After wandering around the ruins and the fort, I decided to see how much the museum cost. It was only 15MOP so I popped in. They have many interactive displays and models set up. It was an enjoyable 30min and I probably could have stayed...More
Yesssss, I didn't want, because it was sunny, but my 5yo insisted and I have to admit it was the one of the best places we've seen in Macau. Gorgeous museum, colorful, very nicely arranged, creative, informative, funny.
The first time in my life I...More
The museum is on the upper right of the ruins of St Paul and part of the Fortaleza Do Monte. Entrance fee was MOP15. It is opens from 10am -6pm and closed on Monday. Displays are well setup and i found the life of Macau...More
I really enjoyed this museum having ducked into it while it was raining in Macau. It was located above the ruins of St Paul and part of the Fortaleza Do Monte. You can take the escalator up to the top of the fort from within...More