Museums often provide a wonderful insight into the history, culture, stories of a city and the Macau Museum is no exception.
A social history from the Bronze Age (and astounding archaeological finds near Coloane/Taipa) across the ages to the contemporary era. Well presented, well labelled and providing insights into Macau life in the 1700's-1900's when it was a pivotal point on the oriental trading routes as well as a composite of Portuguese history and Chinese culture. There is a very good exhibition space on Level 3 if you are fortunate enough to find an insitu temporary display. Exit on Level 3 and you are on Mount Fortress with its own significant history - and providing stunning views in all directions. There are toilet facilities, escalators and a small café.
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