The Macao Grand Prix Museum will officially open starting from June. For residents’ and visitors’ convenience to schedule visits in advance, the Museum now optimizes its ticketing arrangements on the official website. Starting from 9 a.m. tomorrow (21 May), admission tickets can be purchased online 30 days in advance and up to one day before the visit.
No noon breaks from 2 June onward
Immediate entry tickets available at the museum
During trial operation in April and May, ticket holders can visit the Museum at their selected date and morning/afternoon time slot with a half-price discount. Starting from 9 a.m. tomorrow (21 May), timed-entry tickets can be purchased 30 days in advance and up to one day before the visit on the official website.
Starting in June, tickets will be sold at full price without selection of time slots while immediate entry tickets will also be available for sale at the museum. The Museum is closed on Tuesdays. Kindly note that the Museum will be open on 1 June at special opening hours: 2 – 6 p.m. Starting from 2 June, the opening hours will be adjusted as 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. without noon breaks.
Interactive games include racing simulation
The Macao Grand Prix Museum is equipped with a range of interactive game facilities. With their admission tickets (i.e. pit passes), visitors can access self-service kiosks to register and set up their own profile, choose their preferred racing team to save records of interactive game results. The interactive games include: Batak Reaction Challenge, G-Force Challenge of Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and MotoVR Race Experience, etc. Museum visitors can experience the thrill of motor racing through the games. Every pit pass grants the opportunity to experience each game once.
Guided tours available in four languages to cater for different demands
The Museum provides complimentary public guided tour services in Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese and English at visitors’ choice. Each guided tour lasts for about 45 minutes. Visitors are welcome to check out the official website for the schedule of guided tours in different languages. Due to limited quotas, guided tours can be signed up on site on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Macao Grand Prix Museum rigorously follows the pandemic prevention guidelines issued by Health Bureau. Visitors are required to wear masks throughout their visit, have their temperature checked and present Macau health code of the day upon entry.
For the latest information and online ticketing, please visit the Macao Grand Prix Museum’s official website: mgpm.macaotourism.gov.mo.