The Macau Grand Prix Museum has opened today (Friday) for public admission under an initial trial phase.
During the trial operation, the museum will be open for the public to book visits online within quotas on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays in April as well as daily in May – except Tuesdays drawing lots of ticket buyers.
Tickets will be sold at an initially discounted half price of MOP20 for Macau residents, MOP40 for non-residents and free for children, elderly above 65, students and disabled residents.
Ticket holders will then be able to visit the museum at selected time slots in the morning or afternoon: 10:00 — 13:00 (last admission at 12:00) and 15:00 — 18:00 (last admission at 17:00).
Visitors are required to wear masks throughout the visit, have their temperature checked and present Macau health code of the day upon entry.
The upgrade of the museum was said to have cost about MOP479 million, with the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) – which runs the museum – estimating an initial daily visitation tally of some 22,700 visitors.