Macau is famous for its Formula 3 Grand Prix, so it's little wonder that the city should be home to the Grand Prix Museum. The museum traces the history of racing in Macau and offers an interesting glimpse into the racing world. The Grand Prix Museum features antique and late-model cars, memorabilia, motorcycles, multimedia presentations, vignettes, and a simulator. Best of all, photographs are welcome.
Admission for the kids (9, 7 & 4) was free and they loved the museum. We paid $50 HK for 2 passes that gave the family entry into 5 Macau museums. Hours: 10:00-18:00, closed Tuesdays.
After Wine Musuem...I'm move to visit Grand Prix Museum where located in the basement of the same building (Tourism Activities Centre-CAT)
If you are Formula 1 fan don't miss to visit Grand Prix Museum where displays more automobile and motorbike races.
Opening hours ::: Everyday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Closed on Tuesdays.
Under 10 and over 60: Free
From 11 to 18 : 5 patacas.
Adults : 10 patacas.
The Macau Grand Prix includes a number of automobile and motorbike races and takes place every year in November. It started in 1954 and today it is an international sports event that attracts thousands of tourists to Macau, specially to view the classical "Guia Race" and the "Formula 3 Grand Prix".
The Grand Prix Museum showcases Macau's car racing history in its collection of cars and motorbikes of various internationally renowned racers.