OTAGO MUSEUM - Dunedin
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.
Showcasing the fascinating and the unique, the biggest and the best, with eight free galleries, the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium and the world’s first laser-activated digital gallery.
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Eight free galleries showcase the fascinating and the unique, the biggest and the best. See the most comprehensive collection of articulated moa skeletons in Southern Land, Southern People, explore the treasures of early Māori in Tāngata Whenua, walk alongside a fin whale skeleton in Maritime and encounter an eight-member rat king in the Victorian-inspired Animal Attic.
Journey to the edge of the universe in the Perpetual Guardian Planetarium and delve into the beautiful nature of science in the world’s first laser-activated digital gallery.
Short on time, but want to discover the heart of the collection? Touring the galleries with a Museum Guide is the best way to experience the rich offerings of the Otago Museum.
For more information and bookings visit www.otagomuseum.nz.
Open 10am–5pm daily, free admission to the Museum.
419 Great King Street, Dunedin
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|Address:||419 Great King Street, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand|