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MGTO is dedicated to destination promotion as pandemic situation stabilizes in Macao Welcoming visitors to experience Macao’s glamour Macao Grand Prix Museum will reopen tomorrow (20 October)


Macao Grand Prix Museum is temporarily closed to the public


Visitation restriction will be adjusted at Macao Grand Prix Museum and Ritz Building from this Wednesday onward


Macao Grand Prix Museum reopens on 18 August “Stay, Dine and See Macao” local tours’ resumption until further notice


History and Evolution

Originally conceived by a group of Macao residents and motor fanatics, the Macau Grand Prix began in 1954 as a race for amateur enthusiasts. However, it quickly flourished into a professional race meeting. In 1967, the Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix was introduced and from that year, the combination of two and four-wheel racing is one of the Macau Grand Prix’s many unique elements. A race for touring cars – the Guia Race – was introduced in 1972, and has become a perennial favourite amongst the global tin top fan base. In 1983, the Macau Grand Prix embarked upon its Formula 3 era and began to feature young drivers on their way to Formula 1. A sportscar race was introduced in 2008, and the Macau GT Cup quickly became a firm favourite amongst drivers, teams, manufactures and fans.


Opening hours

Monday to Sunday, from 10:00 to 18:00 (Last admission at 17:30)

Closed on Tuesdays


Bus route

1A, 3, 10, 10B, 10x, 23, 28A, 28B, 28C, 29, 32