The Lin Zexu Memorial Museum is a small museum that was built to memorialize a strained period in China’s history. The museum displays photographic scenes of Macau’s territorial clash with the Portuguese, and the visit of Commissioner Lin Zexu in 1839. The Lin Zexu Memorial Museum is an interesting venue to visit for those who are interested in the history of Macau and China.
Visitors of all ages are welcome, including children. The museum is fitted with historical facts and information on the commissioner. He sought the prohibition of the opium trade in Macau and also sought Portuguese neutrality in the disagreements between Great Britain and China. The museum has a comprehensive photo exhibit detailing this period of history.
Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 9:00am–5:00pm