Heritage of Dunedin
Heritage of DunedinStart your day with a very informative and entertaining tour of Dunedin City, which is regarded as one of the best preserved Victorian and...
DescriptionHeritage of DunedinStart your day with a very informative and entertaining tour of Dunedin City, which is regarded as one of the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the southern hemisphere. See sights that include the University of Otago (New Zealand's first university), the renowned Botanical Gardens, historic buildings, Neo-Gothic architecture, cathedrals, historic mansions, and the world's steepest street, Baldwin Street, with many photo opportunities.Your learned guide will promptly deliver you to the Jacobean-styled, Olveston House. Built in 1907 by famed architect, Sir Ernest George on behalf of wealthy merchant, David Theomin, the grand structure was equipped with all the bells and whistles. Today, the features and treasures Mr. Theomin collected around the world are on display.Then, you will be given the opportunity to explore Port Chalmers, where you can discover a vibrant village with a wide range of art and culture from potters and sculptors to painters, musicians, jewellers, and fashion designers before making your way back to the ship. Reserve this enjoyable tour today.
Cruise Ship Pier
Preparation AdviceWe recommend wearing comfortable seasonal clothing, walking shoes, sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses.