Macao’s incense, firecracker and match industries had a prosperous period in the 1950s and 60s, becoming an important source of income for the city at the time. This exhibition allows visitors to review the golden years of those industries and better understand their development and subsequent decline. It features around 210 exhibits in six areas, including replicas of the façades of bygone local incense and firecracker factories. Guided tours are available on January 6th and 20th, and on February 10th and 24th.
Time: 10:00am to 6:00pm (closed on Mondays; open on public holidays)
Venue: Macao Museum
Admission: MOP15 (adults); free admission on Tuesdays and on the 15th of every month; free admission for children aged 12 and below, and senior citizens aged 65 and above
Enquiries: (853) 2835 7911
Organiser: Cultural Affairs Bureau and Macao Museum
Map : Macao Museum
Cheong Kam Ka; Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau; Macao Chinese Orchestra; Macau Fisherman's Wharf; Cultural Affairs Bureau; Macao Orchestra; Studio City Macau; Club Cubic; Rolling Puppet Alternative Theatre; Indian Culture Association of Macau; Macao Youth Symphony Orchestra Association; Massimo Branca; Macao Cultural Centre; Creative Macau; Venetian Macao; Ieng Chi Dance Association; Rui Cunha Foundation; Institute for Tourism Studies; Macao Museum of Art; Macao Fashion Gallery; Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau; Ponte 16 Resort; Broadway Macau; Headquarters of the Macau Cultural Creative Industry Association; Taipa Village Cultural Association; Huayan Group Ltd; City of Dreams Macau; Government Information Bureau; and Macao Government Tourism Office