Dunedin - Character and Culture Close to Nature

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Dunedin Gasworks Museum
One of only three Gasworks museums in the world, Dunedinís museum trust members operate 5 stationary steam engines, display other engines and machinery, all still located in their original positions.





Otago Museum
Dunedin's most visited attraction
Within walking distance from the city centre and most city accommodation.





Otago Museum Discovery World
Since 1868, the Otago Museum has been sharing its world-class collection of over 1.5 million objects, telling stories of nature, culture and science from Otago, Aotearoa New Zealand and the world.




Perpetual Guardian Planetarium
Travel to the ends of the universe, voyage across the Pacific or look up into the night skies in our new 360 ̊ immersive digital theatre dome. Open now. Bookings essential. Buy tickets




Port Chalmers Maritime Museum
The Museum contains a wealth of Artifacts and Information to excite and educate the visitor. Collections: Social History, Maritime, Photographic and Painting. 0pen Mon-Fri 10am-3pm, Sat 10.30am-1.30pm





TOITŪ Otago Settlers Museum
One of New Zealandís finest social history museums; telling the stories of Dunedin and Otagoís people. Discover what makes Otago different at the Otago Settlers Museum, one of New Zealandís finest soc





Waikouaiti Museum
The museum holds a wide range of artefacts relating to the early social history of the area. This includes Maori taonga, domestic items used by early settlers.

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