Dunedin is a perfect place for a joyful train ride. The Taieri Gorge Limited train, operating from the ancient railway station, passes through the mesmerizing Taieri River Gorge and 100 years old hand carved tunnels. Onboard refreshments, commentary and scenic stops are some of the enticing features of this incredible train journey.
The castle was built by William Larnach in 1871. It took three years to complete this magnificent structure. About 200 workmen were employed to construct the Castle shell. Later, expert European craftsmen took the charge of interior designing and decoration and finished their task in 12 years. Visitors get attracted to this fascinating architecture and the tragic story associated with it. From here, one can enjoy soothing tower views and gardens.
Dunedin features a vast collection of art galleries where you can see fascinating art works by great artists. Some of these are - Arts Content Gallery, Brett McDowell Gallery, Bellamys Gallery, Gallery De Novo Limited, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Olveston Historic House, South Seas Gallery, The Potters Cottage, Moray Gallery, The Artist's Room and The Art Station Otago Art Society Inc.
Established in 1868, this is New Zealand's fourth-largest museum with over 1.7 million items; most people are surprised by the depth of its large ethnographic, natural-history, and decorative-arts collections. It also has the best Pacific and Southern Maori collections in the country.