The Macao Museum is situated on the persimmon hill near the Dasanba archway. It can visit the artillery fortress together. After visiting Dasanba, go directly to the Macau Museum, so that you can take the elevator to the big gun stand instead of climbing the hill. Of course, the so-called hill is really not high, climbing up is absolutely no problem, it is too hot, clothes are all wet. There are a lot of visitors passing through the Macao Museum, but they are basically to take the elevator, such as the big gun platform, so few people really visit the Museum. In fact, the museum is really worth visiting, and the ticket price is not expensive, 15 Macau dollars per person. The museum shows the history and social changes of Macao. It records the process of the convergence and harmonious coexistence of eastern and Western cultures in Macao and the formation of a unique folk culture by enriching exhibits. The exhibition hall is reasonably distributed on three floors. Because there are few visitors, I will see five people when I go. They are really comfortable. They can enjoy it quietly and slowly. No one is crowded and noisy. The ticket price is really worth it. The museum building is three stories high, two of which are built under the platform of the big batteries. Only the top floor is reconstructed from the ground building of the original weather station, thus retaining the original architectural style and geomorphological characteristics of the big batteries to the greatest extent. After visiting the museum, there comes out a big fort, which can overlook the theme of the first floor of Macau City View Museum is the primitive civilization of Macau area, and the second floor is Macau folk art and tradition, so that visitors can understand Macau's tradition, folk art and industries or activities which are now fading or even disappearing. The third floor is the characteristics of contemporary Macau, showing the characteristics of contemporary Macau's urban life and the unknown. Looking ahead.