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Otago Museum - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Otago Museum

Seven free galleries showcase the fascinating and the unique, the biggest and the best. Catch a glimpse of daily life in an early Southern Māori coastal village, see our comprehensive collection of articulated moa skeletons or a suit of armour worn

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Fletcher House - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Fletcher House

Ever wanted to time travel? Step back into a time where there wasn’t any electricity or labour saving devices. See how your grandparents or great-grandparents lived. Wonder what it was like to cook for a family on a coal range, or use the outside

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Larnach Castle - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Larnach Castle

Larnach Castle, New Zealand's only Castle, offers an insight into Victorian Culture. Built from 1871, by William Larnach, Merchant Banker and Politician, Larnach Castle showcases master craftsmanship, New Zealand Antiques and the style of Victorian

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Old Town Walk - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Old Town Walk

Meet your guide, Athol Parks, at the Dunedin i-SITE Visitor Centre (50 The Octagon). Athol will discuss aspects of Dunedin's history, then lead you on a stroll through Dunedin's old downtown and down to Dunedin Railway Station. You'll visit fine

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Vogel Street Walk - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Vogel Street Walk

Meet your guide, Athol Parks, outside Vogel Street Kitchen (76 Vogel Street). Athol will give a short intro, provide some historical context, then lead you on a walk around Vogel Street. You'll learn about the area's early development and heyday,

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Nev's Tours Dunedin - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Nev's Tours Dunedin

We are also Qualmarked and have an excellent safety record and are known for our good drivers and safe driving. Our knowledge of Dunedin is excellent and we strive to give a honest portrait of all Dunedin has to offer. We are always changing our

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Historic Fort Taiaroa - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Historic Fort Taiaroa

Fort Taiaroa, established over 100 years ago to counter the threat of invasion from Tsarist Russia, is hidden beneath the albatross colony. Visitors can explore this fascinating secret fort, learn the military history, from Maori pa to WWII Fort and

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Speight's Brewery Tour - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Speight's Brewery Tour

The Speight's Brewery tour will take you through our historic site that has been brewing Speight’s in Dunedin since 1876. You will be able to see, touch and smell the ingredients that go into our award-winning beers; and sample the iconic history

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Dunedin Laneways Walk - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Dunedin Laneways Walk

Meet your guide, Athol Parks, on Vogel Street - beneath the Jetty Street flyover. Athol will outline the fall and rise of the warehouse precinct, then lead you on a stroll through this neighbourhood, focusing on its alleyways and associated spaces.

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Olveston Historic Home - Ōtepoti | Dunedin New Zealand official website

Olveston Historic Home

Olveston was built for Dunedin businessman, collector and philanthropist David Theomin. Designed by acclaimed English architect Sir Ernest George, the 35-room mansion was built between 1904-6 styled as an 'English country house in the city'. The

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