Toitū Otago Settlers Museum

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The Toitū Otago Settlers Museum focuses on the people of Otago, with an emphasis on its early settlers. There are displays on Māori life, the important role of Chinese immigrants during the gold rush and more recent European migrants that have made Otago their home. The museum also features a transport gallery with an old Cobb & Co stagecoach­ and a collection of old cars, bicycles and steam trains.

Our address

31 Queens Gardens, Dunedin 9016
Telephone (03) 477 5052
Admission free
    Open 10am–5pm daily

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  • Sam, 10 Feb 2019

    Localised history of otago

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  • Griffin, 26 Oct 2017

    Not bad for a free rainy day activity, but not the most exciting content in a museum either.

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  • Aleisha, 07 Apr 2015

    Love that they have some interactive displays, you feel alright taking your kids there

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  • Brian, 15 Jan 2015

    Rather big. We enjoyed the scanner hunt with the kids.

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  • Mike, 18 Sep 2014

    Check out the photo room

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  • Andrea, 07 Apr 2014

    If you like history is the place to go in Dunedin!

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  • Ban Heng, 05 Jan 2013

    It's a very nicely laid out museum with interesting historical tidbits of early Otago. It's a rather immersive experience!

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  • Thomas, 11 Nov 2011

    Closed till late 2012

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  • Andy, 04 Jun 2010

    A great place to visit

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