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Christmas arrives at Toitū Otago Settlers Museum when Pixie Town opens on Saturday, 6 December. More »
The DCC is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer Evans as the new Director of Toitū Otago Settlers Museum More »
// Did you know?
The Lady Bowen Cup
This stunning silverware was made by Dunedin firm, George Young, to mark the inauguration of the railway system in New Zealand. It was presented to the Governor Sir George Bowen in 1872 then disappeared. It resurfaced in London in a battered state and was purchased by the Otago Settlers Association. Beautifully restored by the original firm, the cup was put on display in 1983.
Encounter history at the Toitū Otago Settlers Museum.
Learn about the people whose character, culture, technology, art, fashion, and transport shaped New Zealand’s First Great City.
10am - 4pm, April - September
10am - 5pm, October - March
Thursdays until 8pm
Open daily except Christmas Day
Charges may apply to special exhibitions
// What's on?
13 Dec 2014 - 24 Dec 2014
Come and visit Santa who will be in the Josephine Foyer. Santa will be in attendance on the following dates: December 13th, 14th ,18th ,19th ,20th ,21st ,22nd ,23rd ,24th 10am –... More »
WW100 Toitū Commemorative Poppies
14 Jan 2015 10:00am - 2:00pm
Similar to the 5000 Poppies NZ project, Toitū and the Settlers Association invites your participation in creating a poppy wall at the museum. Knitting, crotchet patterns and wool will be available, so... More »