Special Exhibitions

Brian Brake

Brian Brake: Lens on the world

Special Exhibitions Gallery
Saturday 8 March 2014–Sunday 20 July 2014
FREE!
Heritage Lost and Found

Heritage Lost and Found: Our Changing Cityscape

Postmaster Gallery, Otago Museum H D Skinner Annex, Saturday 22 March–Saturday 30 August 2014, FREE!

Galleries

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Discovery World Tropical Forest

Switch on to science in Discovery World and enter the Tropical Forest to explore a rainforest filled with hundreds of beautiful butterflies.
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Tāngata Whenua

The Tāngata Whenua Gallery tells the story of Southern Māori life and mythology through treasured objects, dioramas and a creation story film.
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Animal Attic

In this Victorian-inspired ‘museum within the Museum’, nearly 3,000 historical specimens showcase the diversity of the animal kingdom.
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Maritime

Opened in 1973, the Maritime Gallery contains over 50 model ships, original ships' flags, ships' bells and an historic Fin whale skeleton.
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People of the World

Home to rare and wonderful objects including our Egyptian mummy, this gallery spans peoples and cultures from around the globe.
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Southern Land, Southern People

Southern Land, Southern People illustrates the uniqueness, diversity and dynamic character of the Southern region of New Zealand.
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Pacific Cultures

A trip to the Pacific Cultures Gallery is an encounter with a wide variety of rare and special objects including a moai from Rapa Nui (Easter Island).
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Nature

These galleries tell the story of Otago's wildlife, from birds, insects and fish to the seals, sea lions and albatrosses of the Otago Peninsula.