This historic and colorful edifice is located in the middle of Taipa Village. Previously serving as a Portuguese administrative center, the Museum of Taipa and Coloane History used to be named the Island Municipal Council Building until its renovation in 2002. The museum has nine galleries featuring artefacts, relics, handicrafts, and more, telling the story of these two areas of Macau, which were islands at the start.
The Museum of Taipa and Coloane History is an interesting museum to visit with the kids, but the rest of the family would enjoy getting to know more about the history of the city, especially about things that no longer exist. Also, it’s free admission! The museum is also close to lots of restaurants and coffee shops, such as Old Taipa Tavern, Rooftop Macau, and many others.
Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 10:00am–6:00pm
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