The Macao Museum opened in 1998 and is located on the Persimmon Hill near the Ruins of St. Paul. The museum is three stories high. Two of the museums are built under the platform of the large fort. Only the top floor is converted from the ground building of the original meteorological observatory. The original architectural style and landform features of the large turret were preserved. After visiting the museum, it is a large fort overlooking the city of Macau. The museum displays the history and social changes of Macao. Through the rich exhibits, it records the process of the exchange of Eastern and Western cultures in Macao, harmonious coexistence, and the formation of unique folk culture.