Macau Timepiece Museum

Sitting just off the main road that leads up to the Ruins of St Paul’s, this private space opened in September 2018.

Some pieces in the Panerai collection at the museum - Photo by António Sanmarful
Some pieces in the Panerai collection at the museum - Photo by António Sanmarful

A ticking emporium that stands as a symbol of Macao’s important role in China’s horological history, which spans nearly 400 years and dates back to the 17th century. At this museum, visitors can enjoy the more than 100 timepieces and chronometres on display. Not only limited to antiques, there are also watches from luxury Italian brand Panerai. With this sort of variety, clock enthusiasts of all ages can spend hours browsing the exhibits in this fascinating privately-owned museum.

Free Admission

Location: 1 Travessa de São Paulo
District: Macao
Phone number: (+853) 6291 4732
Website: www.macautimemuseum.com/en/
Opening hours: 10am-5pm
Bus: 17