The second floor of the benevolence hall in front of the forum is a museum, which collects many privately donated religious sacrifices, some of which were made by the Chinese when the early Catholicism was introduced into China. The alley next to the benevolence hall is very beautiful. The Museum has entrance in the alley. You need to buy tickets to enter the museum. It's 10 Australian dollars, remember, because the time is not enough.
Outside, unlike churches, like office buildings, the surrounding buildings are quite tasty. There are a lot of people outside. There are few visitors inside. Inside, it is quiet. Fortunately, we have the privilege to see exhibits about museums, believers'relics, scriptures, classics and so on. Without much understanding, we can only punch a card casually.
The Mercy Hall Museum is located in the Mercy Hall Building in front of the Macau Council Hall. The Mercy Hall is a charitable institution in Macau. Its ticket is five Australian dollars. At the entrance, there is a statue of Bishop Giannilo, the founder of the first Bishop Mercy Hall in Macau. It also shows some saints and saints collected since the founding of the Mercy Hall.
A beautiful building, mostly looking outside, not inside.