MGTO released a 360-view tour of the Grand Prix Museum today! As long as you are in the earth, with Internet connection, you can visit the Grand Prix Museum online at anytime, anywhere, feel the speed and passion of the Grand Prix from a distance! Find more museum-related information and appreciate details more easily with a smooth, clickable interactive journey. Let’s have a sneak peek now.
Click to enter: http://mgpm.macaotourism.gov.mo/vrtours
Before you visit the Grand Prix Museum, you can use the VR version first, so that you can more intuitively understand the spatial structure of the entire museum, and even experience the entire museum from the “God’s perspective”. In addition, you can quickly find the place you want to visit through the automatic guide method.
The Macau Grand Prix was first held in November 1954 when the Macau Grand Prix was a self-organized club event by local racing enthusiasts. Today, the competition has grown to be widely regarded as the best street race in the world. If you want to experience the fun of racing, experience the Macau Grand Prix will be the best choice. Do you want to be able to get in touch with and learn about the Grand Prix even on weekdays? A visit to the Grand Prix Museum is the way to go. The museum houses the racing cars and motorcycles that have competed for decades, and tells the story of the drivers, teams and legends.
On this floor, you can see the early racing cars, the Macau Formula 3 Grand Prix and the Macau Grand Prix. In addition, there are chisels. Educational experience areas such as Senna, Celebrity, Driver Response Challenge, Gravity Speed Challenge and Formula 3D Full Contact.
Chisel. Senna is the Portuguese artist Alexander. Created in 2019, Fatou pays homage to the late Brazilian racing driver Ayrton Senna (1960-1994), showing his historic victory at the inaugural Formula 3 Grand Prix in Macau in 1983. Depicts the driver and the Ralt RT3 Toyota he drives for the Derry Racing Team.
On the Celebrity Wall, you can see the portraits of celebrities who have made outstanding contributions to the development of the Macau Grand Prix or achieved outstanding results over the years, as well as their life stories. Including: Zhang Weiji, John. Mr. Gosmee, Mr. Yedley, Mr. Lolu and Mr. Dutto。
There is the exhibition area of the Macau Guia Circuit at the entrance, and the Macau GT Race and Guia Competition on the ground floor. There is also a Race day experience, including interactive links such as Pit Garage, Race Operations and Race Control etc. It is very suitable for adults and children experience together!
Through the introduction of online VR, do you also want to go to the scene and experience the “speed and passion” of the Macau Grand Prix Museum? When tourists see online VR, it will also inspire them to experience the scene in person, so as to achieve “online viewing drives offline visits”.