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...especially to get out of the heat! Given that it’s free, this lovely little museum is worth popping into to see its range of artefacts, including an excavated did on the ground floor and the models upstairs.
The non-casino area of Taipa is a nice little town, with walking streets and alleyways that have shops and local restaurants, some of which are in historic buildings. This is free museum of the history of the area has two floors and a lovely old...More
The 5 houses of Portuguese architecture “Macanese Living Museum”, the “Exhibitions Gallery”, the “Creative Casa”, the “Nostalgic House” and the “House for Reception” with lively bright colors are well-maintained and managed.
Each houses either an exhibition, shop or museum with original furniture from previous...More
We visited on Tuesday, which is a free admission day.
Displays show the interesting history of the area. The ground floor is a previous archaeological excavation site. The whole old town area is very interesting.
My family and I visited the museum on a hot day in August 2016. The museum provides some information of the history and development of Taipa and it is fantastic to know more about the place instead of spending all day in shopping malls and...More
Inside a large tiffany blue colonial building houses a small museum that covers the history of Taipa and Coloane and is only a few steps from the Tin Hau temple and Tin Hau bus stop. You'll find exhibits on and learn about Taipa and Coloane's...More
Come here to see five of Tiffany green building, inside it is to introduce the former Portuguese how life. Although the museum has five rooms, but there are only three opening up, every one of the space are not very big, the other time tickets...More
One of the two museums you can visit in Taipa Village is the Museum of Taipa and Coloan History (MOP5 per adult) which is located in a beautiful 1920's administration building for the islands of Taipa and Coloane. Opening Hours are 10am to 6pm, closed...More
I paid MOP5 for entry fees.
A small museum, but I like the colour of the building.
In it what's more interest me is about firework-making industry in Cotai in ancient time.
It's a small eyes-opening knowledge for me.