Olveston Homestead and Sights of Dunedin

Olveston Homestead and Sights of  Dunedin
5 Stars5.0 / 5  |  1 ReviewReview This Tour
Price: $109.00
Choose Options My Cruise Itinerary
Shore Excursion Size ? Standard
Shore Excursion Type Cultural, Scenic
Shore Excursion Duration 6 Hours
Activity Level ? Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From ? Cruise Ship Pier
Food/Beverage Provided Bottled water and light refreshments are included.
Recommended Dress We recommend wearing comfortable, light clothing and walking shoes.
Restrictions Guests must be able to step in and out of the vehicle, and must be able to walk for short periods of time.

Olveston Homestead and Sights of Dunedin

The fun starts upon board the coach with your trusty guide. Travellers value this comfortable Dunedin tour because of the sightseeing and insights delivered.

After driving through the town center, you'll ride to the outskirts of the city, where the wealthy homes of the victorious settlers were erected overlooking Dunedin. Driving up the world's steepest street, you'll travel through University of Otago, reaching Peninsula High Road for stunning coastal views.

Rounding out this delightful journey, you'll be delivers to the picturesque St. Clair Beach esplanade. At nearly two miles long, visitors have plenty of space for a lovely walk hugging the beach.

Your learned guide will promptly deliver you to the Jacobean Olveston House. Upon reaching the grand Olveston House, you'll tour the international treasures throughout. 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 treasures Mr. Theomin collected around the world are on display. Reserve this memorable tour today.

5 Stars5.0 / 5  |  1 ReviewReview This Tour
Olveston and Sights of Dunedin
January 15, 2020
Very knowledgeable driver/guide who offered many insights into the local community. Olveston was an interesting glimpse into an historical lifestyle.
Reviewer: Diane Healy
5 Stars