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No.112 Museum Qiandi, Macau, China
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No.112 Museum Qiandi, Macau, China
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a great little museum, plenty of exhibits from past Macau. Well displayed and set out showing typical home interiors from olden Macau life both Chinese & Portugese homes. Some beautiful religious icons too.

Thank DmpOman
Reviewed 4 days ago

This museum is just behind the ruins of St.Paul's and is well worth a look. It is cheap and will occupy an interesting hour. Look out for the dog on the end of the canon!

Thank Valleyone
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The exhibits in the museum range in quality and interest, but there's a lot to take away from the descriptions for the exhibits. For those who have limited knowledge of Macau, this offers a great opportunity to better understand how Macau sat at the intersection...More

Thank mmersolbarg
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum is right next to st.paul. Very easy to find. Entrance fee is reasonable. Information is written in Mandarin, Cantonese, English, and Portuguese. Very easy to understand and the museum contains a lot of information and detail about Macau. The roof of the museum...More

Thank minimize940314
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Thisnis very good starting point for discovering Macau and its history. I liked the replicas of houses through different periods andnlosts of stories about mixure of Portuguese and Chinese culture. The story about the origins of two words for tea spread around the world (tea...More

Thank MummyZagreb
Reviewed 2 July 2017

You need to walk-up to the hill of the "Fortaleza do Monte" (don't worry it is not exhausted). The museum presents the history of the city and territory of the former Portuguese colony of Macau. I was missing links to the history of Hong Kong...More

Thank Robert I
Reviewed 2 July 2017

A most magnificent museum could have spent all day there . Beautiful displays with explanations in English has air con & seating outside when finished your tour

Thank JazzJacks
Reviewed 28 June 2017

As a local expat, I usually try to bring visitors to this Museum. 1. Some complain about its small size; In fact, that's the beauty of Macao's museums. Visitors do not usually spend that much time in Macao. Considering such a short period of time...More

Thank SH C
Reviewed 21 June 2017

A museum that explains Macau's history and culture with many informative and eye catching exhibits and displays. Located conveniently near Monte Fort and Ruins of St Paul. Air-conditioned and well maintained. Can consider dropping by here if you're already in the area and if you're...More

Thank dori_lukey
Reviewed 19 June 2017

It's a very well-designed small museum, inserted into the centre of the fortress that dominated Macau for four hundred years, until the casinos took over. It offers some fine insights into that complicated colonial history of oppression and cultural compromise. The fortress battlements are the...More

Thank LH M
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