Get Your Bling on at PG Gold Museum

The PG Gold Museum was set up by Public Gold, a company that provides a range of integrated gold trading activities. If you’re ever in the neighbourhood and plan to visit the museum, here’s what you can expect from this attraction that’s all about gold.

It’s an educational experience

Guests will be accompanied by a guide who will take them around the museum while explaining the various exhibits on display. Learn how this precious metal is mined and the proper way to invest in it.

PG Gold Museum

Watch cool live demonstrations

I think the coolest part of the museum was the demonstration where they showed us how to make silver bars (due to security reasons gold was not used in the live demonstration). Nevertheless it was still an awesome experience watching the silver bar being made right in front of my very eyes.

PG Gold Museum

Look for your own gold!

Another interactive element of the museum that I personally enjoyed was the area where I could pan for gold. Don’t expect to get a gold nugget, but if you’re lucky you might just walk home with a golden flake just like I did!

PG Gold Museum

Other fun activities

There’s a 3D mural for you to take those candid shots, as well as a gallery showcasing the owner’s private collection of gold items from around the world.

PG Gold Museum

At the end of the tour I was impressed with the entire setup of the PG Gold Museum. There are plenty of opportunities for photo taking, the information can be easily digested, and of course you get to pan for your own gold!

Sounds interesting? Experience the PG Gold Museum today!

95 Bishop Street, 10200 George Town, Penang
Phone:+6 04 261 9999, Mobile: +6012 440 8916
For group visits, contact Denise at [email protected]
Open: 9:00 am to 6:00 pm daily, including public holidays
Entrance Fees:
Adults: RM28 per person
Children (7-12 years old)/Seniors (60 years old and above): RM15
Children (below 7 years old): free entry

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