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Macao's Grand Prix Museum Reopens

Macao Grand Prix Museum is officially open to visitors and residents after a massive renovation. Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) commenced the expansion construction project of the Macao Grand Prix Museum in 2017. The goal was to offer local and visiting museum-goers an innovative, fun-filled, educational and interactive journey into the world of the Macau Grand Prix's motorsport culture. Upon completion of expansion construction this March, the museum had partly come into trial operation to refine and optimize the museum based on the feedback from different organizations and residents.

With its sophisticated confluence of history, sports, popular science, technology, culture, creativity and barrier-free accessibility approach, the Museum officially opens to the public in a brand-new design. The museum will gradually enrich its future calendar with parent-and-child interactive workshops and other activities to elevate the "tourism + sports" synergy.

Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) commenced the expansion construction project of the Macao Grand Prix Museum in 2017.ians

Interactive games include racing simulation

The Museum is equipped with a range of interactive game facilities. With an admission ticket (i.e. pit passe), visitors can access self-service kiosks to register and set up their own profile, choose their preferred racing team to save records of interactive game results. Museum visitors can experience the thrill of motor racing through the games. Some of the interactive games include the Batak Reaction Challenge, G-Force Challenge of Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix and MotoVR Race Experience. Every pit pass grants the opportunity to experience each game once.

Guided tours are available in four languages to cater for different demands

It also provides complimentary public guided tour services in Cantonese, Mandarin, Portuguese and English, which can be signed up on their website.

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