The Na Tcha Exhibition Room

A designated site in the Historic Centre of Macao which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, this small museum is unique and fascinating.

The iconic sedan chair in front of illustrations of Na Tcha by cartoonist Ah-Cheng inside the Na Tcha Exhibition Room - Photo by Eric Tam
The iconic sedan chair in front of illustrations of Na Tcha by cartoonist Ah-Cheng inside the Na Tcha Exhibition Room - Photo by Eric Tam

Behind Macao’s famous Ruins of St Paul’s is another attraction that may not be as iconic or grand but is certainly well worth a visit. The Na Tcha Exhibition Room is fairly small and in the shadow of the great ruins during certain hours of the day but don’t let that put you off visiting. A small religious structure, the Na Tcha Temple, which was built in 1888, sits near an archway through the old city walls leading to the exhibition room. This rounded space stores an array of artefacts all connected to Na Tcha, the child god of war in Taoism.

Free Admission

Location: 2 Patio do Espinho
District: Macao
Phone number: (+853) 2836 6866
Website: www.icm.gov.mo/en/NaTcha
Opening hours: 10am-6pm
Bus: 17