Grand Prix Museum
Grand Prix Museum
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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To cope with the remodeling project, the Grand Prix Museum is temporarily closed until further notice.
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Robert B
Macau, China144 contributions
Jun 2021 • Couples
Brand new museum, well organized with historical racing cars. Well depicted mock-ups, projections, car and motorcycles simulators, physical coordination test, a shop and the cleanest lavatories we have ever seen. Fantastic place.
Written June 25, 2021
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China159,643 contributions
Jan 2012 • Couples
This past weekend, we visited the Grand Prix Museum along with the Wine Museum, both being housed in the tourism activities centre just off Lotus Square, not far from the Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal. It seems entrance to this museum is now free. Overall, we really enjoyed this museum, finding it the best that we visited during this trip to Macau.

What we liked about the Grand Prix Museum was the large collection automobiles that had formerly participated in Macau Grand Prix races that were on display. Even those of us who don’t really keep up with this sport could appreciate the various race cars on display. We enjoyed reading about the evolution of engine and car design over the years from the easy to read and clearly marked information displays made available throughout the Museum. We also enjoyed the Grand Prix route exhibits showing how the race snaked through the winding streets of Macau. Seriously made us look forward to the next running in November.

Overall, this was a very enjoyable museum to visit, well worth 30-45 minutes of your time and was a particularly child-friendly place to spend time. Entrance is now free for this museum so there is little reason to not visit.
Written January 25, 2012
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ratkoaus
Blue Mountains, Australia653 contributions
We had seen the museum on one of the tourism websites, but couldn't find a lot on it. My husband is a car racing buff.

We decided to have a look and it is amazing!

The most beautiful race cars (and bikes) from the very early to the very latest, dozens of them. As well as memorabilia.

My husband and daughter both had a go on the simulators, driving the course.

The surroundings are so modern and beautiful. And only 10 pacs to get in.

If you are interested in car racing or cars in general, don't miss having a look at this site.

We went the long way round to find it. But it is just across from Lotus Square, near the Sands casino.

HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommended.
Written March 5, 2008
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Francis G
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Jun 2018 • Couples
My wife & I went there yesterday, & was disappointed to find the place - together with the Wine Museum, all closed for renovation until further notice.

There is a notice put up in front of the main entrance...

Those planning to visit please take note !!
Written June 22, 2018
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Mara D
Gold Coast, Australia10 contributions
Jun 2019 • Solo
The GP muesum is closed!!! Walked all the way there from Senado square to find it closed even though the website still says its open!!! VERY DISAPPOINTING!!
Written July 1, 2019
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Sue N
Brisbane, Australia138 contributions
Jan 2015 • Couples
We caught a taxi to the Grand Prix Museum. It's not clearly marked but the door guy saw us wondering and invited us in. My husband is a HUGE Formula 1 fan and we missed visiting during our last visit to Macau so this time we 'had' to go. Yes it's small but the displays and information are very well set out and a lot of attention has gone into the set up. There is also a number of Motor bikes on display as well. Definitely got the thumbs up from my husband. There isn't a designated taxi stand outside so we caught the No 3 bus back to the Town square. An extremely crushed journey.
Written January 26, 2015
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Frougster
Canberra, Australia69 contributions
If you like the Grand Prix or looking at cars and bikes then definitely include this in your visit but you will only need about 30 minutes to look at everything. Catch the number 3 bus from the ferry terminal to get there and the same bus will also get you into the main square. PS: the gift shop is unfortunately average.
Written December 12, 2014
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chris c
Bengaluru, India18 contributions
Feb 2014 • Solo
If you have a passing interest in motorsport this is a must, there are some great cars to see and its free!! will only take a hour or 2 but really worth the effort to track down sorry but could't resist!! :)
Written May 3, 2014
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BradJill
Hong Kong, China159,643 contributions
Nov 2012 • Couples
A stop by the Grand Prix Museum (free entry) is always a great way to spend 30 minutes or so when visiting Macau and is there any better time to visit then during Grand Prix weekend? We stopped by during the midday race intermission last weekend and, as usual, just loved looking over these fantastic race cars. They are so photogenic and nice to see. It doesn’t hurt that this museum is free to visit but I often wonder if visiting this museum will ever grow old.

In addition to more recent cars that performed here in Macau, there are some historical cars that saw time on the Guia course as well as a couple classic streetcars. We love the nice Ford Model T. Interestingly, we found that the (free) Wifi Go was carrying a much stronger signal and was much faster than during past visits. This was a nice little discovery made during our last trip to the Grand Prix Museum.

In our opinion, the Grand Prix Museum is a top five museum and makes an easy inclusion on your to do/see list of attractions for Macau, even for those on the shortest of trips to the city. You can make your was here quite easily from the main ferry terminal, just 8-10 minute away. Also, you can visit the Wine Museum which is just across the hall way from the Grand Prix Museum, this is another good way to spend 30 minutes or so and enjoy a bit of wine tasting while in the city.
Written November 23, 2012
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rdf24
Mangalore, India433 contributions
May 2016 • Solo
Those interested in speed should make time to visit this museum. The best thing is that entry is free. The Macau grand Prix is also hosted nearby and makes for an interesting look around. Models of cars, etc are neatly placed which makes them eye catching.
Written May 31, 2016
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