AttractionsThe attraction officially reopens in June after a major renovation.

Revamped Grand Prix Museum races into Macau

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The Grand Prix Museum has reopened with expanded space and more interactive games.
The Grand Prix Museum has reopened with expanded space and more interactive games.

Following a lengthy renovation lasting over three years, the Grand Prix Museum has officially reopened its doors since June in Macau.

Paying homage to Macau's most famous annual sporting event, some of the highlights at the revamped museum include interactive games such as G-Force Challenge, MotoVR Race Experience and Pit Garage.

The expanded museum, which now boasts a total floor area of around 16,000sqm, had already received close to 12,000 visitors during its trial operation between March and May.

The maximum capacity of the museum is currently capped at 2,200 visitors per day under Macau's Covid-19 pandemic measures. For the month of June, the museum has a daily quota of 1,100 visitors based on a maximum capacity of 284 visitors every two hours.

Admission tickets can be purchased online 30 days in advance and up to one day before the visit.

The opening hours are 10.00am – 6.00pm. The museum is closed on Tuesdays.

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