The Natural and Agrarian Museum is located inside beautiful and natural Seac Pai Vai Park. The wooden structure–built like a little house–houses several worth-your-while artefacts related to the agrarian history in Macau, as well as natural resources and nature.
It’s is divided into five sections: the geography of Macau, farming tools of the islands in olden days, the lives of farmers, specimens of animals, and specimens of plants. The museum focuses on showing Macau’s cultivation and agriculture from the past with tools and machines that are no longer being used today, which is great for kids and adults to learn more about the history of the city, as well as for anyone interested in these specific issues. It’s free admission and it’s open on both weekends and public holidays.
This venue is also a minute away from the Macao Giant Panda Pavilion–also located in the same natural park–close to One Oasis residential condo. There are several buses going to and from the city center, Taipa and Coloane Village.
Opening hours: Tuesday–Sunday, 10:00am–5:00pm
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