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New pricing structure for Otago Museum ticketed attractions
In the interests of facilitating broader community access, Otago Museum is very pleased to announce a restructure of its admission prices for its ticketed attractions.
Dr Ian Griffin, Otago Museum Director, and Kane Fleury, Assistant Curator, Natural Sciences, are setting sail for the Pitcairn Islands to observe and photograph a total solar eclipse.
Otago has an important scientific discovery; a new distinct species of stonefly was found in the Maungatua Range.
In what is undoubtedly a significant coup for New Zealand, Otago Museum has secured exclusive New Zealand rights to host the blockbuster exhibition James Cameron – Challenging the Deep.
Many questions have arisen around the Ara-moa project so here we attempt to provide some answers.
On Saturday 4 May, Otago Museum is releasing more than 700 images of collection items and galleries in Wikipedia for use under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
This weekend, Otago Museum will open its most recent locally produced planetarium show, Zealandia: Life on the Hidden Continent.
The Otago Museum has received a funding boost of $500,000 in the Otago Community Trust’s latest donations round.
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