The recently restored Green Townhouses display a charming Portuguese colonial-style architecture. These houses are used to host art exhibitions and other cultural activities, serving as space to further promote artistic development within the community. Inside, the houses are divided into smaller areas sporting an elegantly classic atmosphere, making them perfect for guests to enjoy the artwork on display. The small front and back yards add to the overall cozy feel of the place.
The venue is located close to D. Bosco school, but also 10 minutes away from Kun Iam Temple–one of the most well known temples in Macau–and Live Music Association, where one can see live performances such as theatre or concerts.
Opening hours: 10:00am–7:00pm; closed on Mondays
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