Grand Prix Museum in Macau Peninsula is a unique attraction showcasing a wide collection of photos, cups, videos, articles and records of championship. The museum was built is 1933 in to mark the 40th anniversary of Grand Prix Racing in Macau. The actual Grand Prix in Macau started in the year 1954 and it had been over 50 years' travelers from around the World make it a point to be there on race day.
The museum showcasing numerous items related to the race and attracts hordes of F1 enthusiasts throughout the year. On exhibit at the museum are more that 20 formula cars and motorcycles driven by world-famous drivers namely Michael Schumacher, David Coulthard and Eduargade Carvalho. One of the major attractions on display at the center of the museum is the car driven by the famous F1 driver Aryton Senna.