The amount of information and knowledge is quite abundant, and there are many interactive links. It's recommended to pay a visit to the Butterfly Pavilion. There are many butterflies in the tropical rainforest. They will stop in your hands and jump on you. It's quite a strange experience.
A small museum, free of charge. Most of the exhibits are related to Maori history and life, and the general feeling is general.
Free entrance, various museums display different things, there is also a small cinema, introducing the history of Maori, there is an Egyptian museum, there is a mummy, but do not feel afraid, in fact, most of the time there are many people, basically tourists or students.
The Otago Museum is free. Enter Butterfly Hall, ticket NZD10. The Museum has more than 1.5 million collections, displaying anthropology, ancient Archaeology and world decorative arts about natural history, Maori and Pacific islands. The museum also collects world national culture, ocean history, textiles, traditional clothing, coins and stamps. Overall, the museum is a treasure house of scientific knowledge, history, culture and natural evolution history. There are eight permanent exhibitions and some galleries with special itinerant exhibitions in the museum. These exhibits are all treasures of the museum and exhibits on display everywhere. They are worth seeing.
This museum with ancient appearance and modern interior can take you half a day. Here you can not only learn about the history, natural features, animal and plant resources of the Otago area, but also have a newly opened tropical rainforest butterfly museum, which is very popular with children. Coffee bars and public areas in the first floor lobby are often crowded with people talking and talking.
Very good! Stop at the door! 2 NZ per hour! The food in the downstairs cafe is delicious!