Macau Maritime Museum Occupying a region of 800 square meters (around 0.2 sections of land), the Macau Maritime Museum was based on the site where the main gathering of Portuguese pilgrims arrived on Macau in 1553. Amplified in 1990, the historical center takes after the common exhibition hall designs of an European style. The displays investigate significant subjects in the historical backdrop of the sea business in Macau, China and Portugal. The fundamental working of the exhibition hall is a three-story white building, architected fit as a fiddle of a vessel in full sail. Enormous glass windows give the fantasy of a perception tower of a watercraft. From a separation, the historical center building has all the earmarks of being a great pontoon tying down at the serene port.The Macau Maritime Museum is isolated into five segments. The shows on the main floor depict conventions and strategies of the anglers in Macau.