Dunedin is one of the Southern Hemisphere's best preserved Edwardian and Victorian cities, full of gothic-style architecture and heritage attractions.
Larnach Castle, built in 1871, is a must-see for any Dunedin visitor. Enjoy high tea while looking over the city and harbour. Olveston House is an example of fine Edwardian design, home to 35 rooms and designed for a merchant family in the early 1900s.
If exploring old breweries is more your style, head to the Speight’s Brewery, where visitors can enjoy the ‘Pride of the South’s’ brew and large, hearty meals in the Ale House built in 1876. Make sure you take a look at St Paul's Cathedral, Dunedin Railway Station, and the Municipal Chambers as well.
To truly experience the city's heritage try taking a guided walking tour with City Walks.