If you're a fan of GP racing, then the Macau GP Museum should be on your list of things to see when in Macau. Some great old and recent cars and bikes on display.
Worth going if you would also want to visit Macau Fisherman's wharf as well, as they are near each other. Museum is small with some cool F1 cars. The stimulating car experience in the museum is worth improving. A mini wine museum is attached to the Grand Prix Museum. Did some wine tasting and bought some Portuguese wine at reasonable... More
First, the Macau Grand Prix is not Formula 1 - it's Formula 3, a minor league. The museum has nice cars and some history. For racing fans, it might be very interesting, though there's a little too much on Macau sponsors. For non-racing fans like myself, it's interesting to look at car development over time, and think about the danger... More
If one love the racing cars and motor bikes then this is the place where one can see all types of racing cars and motorcycles which participated in grand prix. It is located next to Macau wine meusem. The entry is free. It takes around 30 min. to see the place.
Since i am not much into racing sports and big fan of races, i guessed i would feel bored and that's what happened. Not much displays to see, the museum is in basement and silent inside. 15 min is more than enough to cover it.
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