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2022-05-24 Communications Museum will be closed on June 3rd (Friday), Tung Ng Festival (Dragon Boat Festival).
2022-04-20 Communications Museum will be closed to the public in the following days: May 1st-2nd (Labour Day), May 8th-9th (The Buddha's Birthday).
2022-03-21 Communications Museum will be closed to the public on April 5, 15, 16 & 18, for the Cheng Ming & Easter holidays.
2022-01-17 Communications Museum will be closed to the public from Jan.1 (afternoon), to Feb.3, for the Lunar New Year holiday.
2021-11-22 Communications Museum will be closed on the following days: December 8 (Feast of Immaculate Conception), 20~21 (Macao S.A.R. Establishment Day, Winter Solstice), 24~25, 27 (Christmas) & 31 (afternoon, New Year's Eve), 2021; and January 1st & 3rd, 2022 (New Year's Day).
2021-10-28 Extension of online registration and video work submission for the Science and Arts Activity for Primary Students of Communications Museum, 2021 - Due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, the online registration and video work submission deadline for the Science and Arts Activity for Primary Students will be extended till 23:59:59 on 15/12/2021. For further details, please check the Museum webpage (www.cmm.gov.mo).
2021-10-26 Communications Museum will be closed on the following days: November 2 (All Souls' Day) and November 19~21 (Macau Grand Prix).
2021-10-20 Re-opening of the Communications Museum, CTT - Communications Museum will re-open on October 21st, 2021 (Thursday) and admission to the visitors, local residents and tourists, will be fully exempted.
2021-10-20 Extension of registration of the Electronic Device Construction Competition of Communications Museum, 2022 - Due to the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic, the registration deadline of the Electronic Device Construction Competition will be extended to 22:00:00 on 03/11/2021, and the Competition Stage also revised to 27/11/2021~23/01/2022, along with the Presentation Stage to 29/01/2022. For further details, please check the Museum webpage (www.cmm.gov.mo).
2021-09-25 Communications Museum, CTT is temporarily closed to the public - To cope with the MSAR Government's response to the prevention and control of the pandemic, the Communications Museum, CTT is closed to the public starting from 25 September until further notice.

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