Grand Prix Museum to reopen after MOP 479 million expansion Link copied
Revamped exhibits – now eco- and disabled-friendly – highlight all the history and thrills of Macao’s world-famous number-one sporting event.
Macao’s iconic Grand Prix Museum is inviting visitors to suggest improvements in the wake of its MOP 479 million renovation.
The first visitors – who will need to make an appointment – are expected next month. The museum is now six times bigger, with exhibits spread over four floors. Barrier-free access will make it easier for disabled visitors to get around, while a battery of roof-mounted solar panels are cutting energy costs.
The newly remodelled museum covers the entire gamut of the Macao Grand Prix, with exhibits devoted to the cars and motorcycles and the stars who drove them. The latest technology supplies a host of multi-media experiences, although some will not be ready until technicians from overseas can travel to Macao to set them up.
More information about the museum and visiting arrangements at: https://industry.macaotourism.gov.mo/en/index.php