The Grand Motorcycle Museum is a must-see stop for me as a car enthusiast. He is very close to Macau Polytechnic University, opposite the Golden Lotus Square. But the location may not be so good. Find a small entrance and go down the stairs on the negative floor. All the staff are from Southeast Asia. This is a free visit. When I saw the F3 that Schumacher used to drive, I felt deeply. There are many types of cars, from classic cars to motorcycles, equations, RVs and so on. There are also some simulations in the factory accident and maintenance room. At the front desk, you can get a free ticket to play the simulator and try out the Dongwangyang Street Race in Macao. Because of the translation problems in Macau and Mainland China, many drivers'names on the exhibition boards here can't be understood unless they read English. This is a completely free visit. Interested friends must visit it. The traffic is also very convenient. Opposite is the bus stop.
The Motorcycle Museum in Macau is my favorite museum. Every time I come to Macau, I will visit it. First of all, it's free. Second, I'm a car fan. It's not very big, but it's very interesting. The two most famous ones on display are those of Schumacher and Senna, with their pictures in large backgrounds and their battle gowns. Other exhibition areas have other antique cars and models of the whole team of racing cars. It's worthwhile to take a slow stroll. By the way, look at the wine museum next to you. Opposite is the Golden Lotus Square.
The Grand Racing Museum is an ideal place for tourists who love racing cars. Here, the origin of Macau racing cars and the history of Grand Pitch racing cars are introduced in detail. The museum displays the information of the cars and racing drivers in different periods. It is a good place to study and visit. It is suggested that all tourists to Macau visit it and learn about Macau from another side. Look, it closes every Tuesday.
Macau is not very big. Walking along, we can definitely get to this museum. ~We can basically find it when we walk from the Fisherman's Wharf. Very close to the Grand Racing Center, it's on the ground floor. The security is strict, and all the staff speak English. They can't speak Chinese at all. The racing stadium is basically Macau's local racing team. Opposite the racing hall is the Red Tavern. By the way, you can see the exquisite exhibition.~
Macau's streets are often propaganda for Grand Prix racing cars. When the richer car returns to the shutdown, it also passes through the racing lane. Some of the award-winning racing cars, as well as various souvenirs related to racing cars, are displayed in the Grand Racing Museum.
Seeing different kinds of cars and the appearance of different cars made me understand racing games better.
The Macau Tourism Department has established the Grand Racing Museum to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Grand Prix, a long-standing racing event in Macau. More than 30 award-winning sports cars in Macau and many racing cars driven by former racing drivers, such as Ralf Schumacher and Ayrtonn Senna, have been collected in the museum.
There are a lot of racing cars and mock racing cars. Entrance is free, and there is a network inside.