Blue Oyster

Urn on a stand on the wooden floor.
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The scenery’s forever changing at Blue Oyster, the largest contemporary art project space in Otago/Southland.

Dead Souls Bookshop

Books on shelves.
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Dead Souls offers every visitor a bit of that magic that only the best bookstores have.

Dunedin Public Art Gallery

A featured exhibition in the foyer.
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The jewel in Dunedin's crown.

Gallery de Novo

Inside the gallery with art on the walls.
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Fine art can be intimidating but here it’s light, exciting and even fun.

Olveston House

Close up of a Goldie painting.
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Step inside this inner-city mansion and you will find a time-warp to a decadent existence unlike anything this country will see again.

Quadrant Gallery

Jewellery in display cabinets.
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Quadrant Gallery exhibits and sells jewellery and small things, but the items for sale are chosen not merely for their aesthetic pleasure, but for the statement they express.

The Dunedin Museum of Natural Mystery

Animal skulls.
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A museum unlike any other, this is local artist Bruce Mahalski’s greatest work.

The Regent Theatre

The staircase.
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Re-inspire the romantic side of your brain and pay a visit to the Regent.

Toitū Otago Settlers Museum

Portraits on a wall.
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Whether you’ve just arrived in Otago for the first time or have lived here for years, Toitū Otago Settlers Museum will give you a new appreciation for the region and how it’s come to be what we know today.