The Macau Museum is situated on the big fortress adjacent to the east end of the Dasanba Archway. If you stand on the top of the fortress hill, the museum's appearance is only the third floor, and the second floor is built under the fortress platform, so the entrance opens on the mountainside of the fortress. At the entrance, there is a ticket counter which pays cash to buy tickets and enters the museum from the right side. On the left side of the counter, there is an elevator up to the top of the balcony hill and a souvenir shop. The theme of the first floor of the museum is early Macau and all the exhibits are precious cultural relics: witnesses of trade and commerce between China and Portugal before modern times, such as some Ming and Qing ceramics, religious teaching aids after Portuguese settlement, such as the classic bell of St. Paul's Cathedral, and a St. Lawrence cannon, which was a tribute from Portugal to the Qing court in Kangxi. The theme of the second floor of the museum is Macao folk art residential features and folk celebrations, such as street hawking, incense-making workshop, firecracker workshop, puppet opera, Cantonese opera and so on. A small compartment on one side shows the market life of modern Macau people. For example, the theme of cricket fighting shows old pictures of cricket cans and cricket competitions, such as the big red sedan chair, bride's Phoenix crown, dragon and Phoenix happy bed, as well as the kitchen culture and living room layout exhibition of native Portuguese. It is worth mentioning that there are several colourful fake houses between the first floor and the second floor. These distinctive buildings can be regarded as the epitome of modern Macao Street View Culture. On the third floor, the space used for holding special exhibitions is usually not open.