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The Museum of Sacred Art in Macau houses more than Sacred Art—it is a shrine where the relics of Saints and Blesseds are kept and displayed.
The museum is located behind the facade of the Ruins of St. Paul in what used to be the...More
Very well laid out and informative museum that covers historical development of Chinese and Portuguese culture in Macau. Mostly concentrating on the development of trade routes. It provides great information with some vivid and imaginative displays. It’s pretty cheap to enter and one can easily...More
take time to visit museu de arte sacra when you’re done posing at the facade ruins of st paul’s cathedral. it houses some preserved artifacts and important church items before the great earthquake struck. it is airconditioned so you’ll get quick cool relief after trekking...More
This small - very small - museum only takes 5 or 10 minutes to see in full. It's a nice way to add some more context to a visit to the Ruins of St Pauls. It's also great to catch some air conditioning on a...More
This museum is part of the Ruins of St Paul and it is just inside the ruins (Church) gate. Nothing great but don’t mind to spend 10-15 mins if you are curious and you are already there at the ruins.
Timings: 9AM to 6PM, Free...More
It is located underground as part of the St. Paul Ruins. A lot of the tourists seemed to not know what this place is all about and many of them did not bother to adhere to the No Picture signage. The area is quite compact...More
this is located behind the ruins of st. paul's church. not many tourists seem to be aware of this & thus, it's less crowd than the actual ruins. the crypt is located in a basement and has a quiet environment. the remains are enclosed in...More
We were viewing the photos of the Ruins Through Time from a corner of an open space at the back of the Ruins when people go downstairs in an unlikely building. There's no entrance fee and the stairs' a matter of which way to go...More