Macao Cultural Centre

This cultural landmark of Macao was opened in 1999. Its Grand Auditorium and Small Auditorium provide world-class performance venues for local and overseas artists. Other facilities include a conference room, the Art Plaza, rehearsal rooms etc.

Address: Av. Xian Xing Hai, NAPE, Macao



Navy Yard No.1

Built in 1890 and formerly known as Carlos I Dockyard Machine Room, Navy Yard No.1 was the machine room of the Government Dockyard for ship building and repairing, and held a historical significance in Macao’s history. It is now a venue for visual arts and performing arts.

Address: Rua de S. Tiago da Barra, Macao


Old Court Building


Built in 1951, the Old Court Building originally served as the Macao Government Offices. Designated as a “building of architectural interest”, it is now destined to become the future home of the Macao Central Library.

Address: Avenida da Praia Grande, Macao


Dom Pedro V Theatre

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Built in 1860, Dom Pedro V Theatre is the first Western-style theatre in China. It served as a venue for important events of the local Macanese community and remains in use till now as a venue for cultural performances.

Address: Largo de Santo Agostinho, Macao



Macao Conservatory


Built in 1930, this building is supported by straight square columns on the ground floor, while the first floor features fantail arches supported by round columns decorated with flower patterns on the capitals, and prominent balconies. Using elements of classicism popular in Macao in the late 19th century, the geometric patterns on the porches on the ground floor and on the upper floor railings and garden walls suggest the building was designed in the eclectic style.

Address: 14-16 Av. de Horta e Costa, Macao


Iao Hon Garden

Iao Hon Garden, built in 1994 and equipped with a children’s playground and fitness facilities, is the recreational area for residents in the Northern district. The Garden has served as the venue for Performing Arts Gala of the Macao Arts Festival since 2007.

Address: Rua do Mercado de Iao Hon, Macao


Cinema Alegria

Located in the San Kio district, Cinema Alegria was built in 1952 and possesses the longest history among the cinemas currently operating in Macao. It is also an important performance venue in Macao’s Cantonese Opera circles.

Address: 85E Estrada do Repouso, Macao


Macao Museum of Art

Opened in 1999, the Macao Museum of Art is the largest museum of cultural relics and arts in Macao. The five-storey building houses 8 exhibition areas, a library and an art square. Besides the permanent exhibitions, it organises regular exhibitions of different types with other countries and regions.

Address: Avenida Xian Xing Hai, Macao


Tap Seac Gallery

This large, two-storey building and the buildings that surround it all date from the 1920s and are part of the Tap Seac Historic District. The Tap Seac Gallery building is included on the List of Macao Classified Buildings.

Address: 95 Avenida do Conselheiro Ferreira de Almeida, Macao