Toitū Otago Settlers Museum

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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.

Dunedin Public Art Gallery

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The jewel in Dunedin's crown.

The Regent Theatre

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

Dead Souls Bookshop

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

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.

Gallery De Novo

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Fine art can be intimidating but here it’s light, exciting and even fun.

Olveston Historic Home

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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.

Blue Oyster

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The scenery’s forever changing at Blue Oyster, the largest contemporary art project space in Otago/Southland.

Quadrant Gallery

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Quadrant Gallery exhibits and sells contemporary and classic jewellery, ceramics and glass, and each item is chosen not merely for its aesthetic pleasure but also for the statement it expresses.