The Macao Grand Prix Museum under the management of Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) reopened its doors to the public on the 20th October 2021. The Museum also resumed free guided services and is accepting group visit applications once again. Residents and visitors are welcome to visit the Museum.
In compliance with the pandemic prevention guideline, the visitation limit of the Macao Grand Prix Museum remains at the adjusted maximum of around 1,100 visitors per day (closed on Tuesdays). Residents and visitors are welcome to purchase tickets in advance via MGTO’s online ticketing system (eticket.macaotourism.gov.mo), while immediate entry tickets are also available for sale at the Museum itself. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Museum provides free public guided services in the languages as follows: Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese and English and each session lasts for about 45 minutes.
Museum visitors are welcome to check out the timetable on the official website and sign up for the guided service on site. Due to limited quota, the guided service will be signed up on a first-come, first-served basis.
Racing-themed workshops in November
The Macau Grand Prix will enliven the city with thrilling motor races next month. The Macao Grand Prix Museum will organize parent-and-child workshops themed around cars on weekends in November, to support and promote the Macau Grand Prix and create a vibrant ambience for this spectacular event through painting, mosaic and light clay DIY crafts. Details about signup will be announced at a later time.
MGTO will keep rigorously carrying out the anti-pandemic measures and conducting scrupulous cleaning of the facilities inside and out. Museumgoers are required to wear masks, undergo temperature.