Built in 1904 for wealthy businessman and collector Mr. David Theomin, Olveston historic home is a treasure trove of fine art and artefacts purchased from all over the world.
The house and its contents were gifted to the City of Dunedin following the death of Mr Theomin’s daughter and the home was opened for the public to enjoy in 1966.
This fascinating guided tour of Olveston will depict for you the lives of an upper class family in the early twentieth century.
Come and see for yourself the grace and grandeur of Olveston – An iconic Dunedin building and unique heritage experience in New Zealand.
Location: Royal Terrace, Dunedin
Hi Nilanthi We are so pleased that you enjoyed your Olveston experience. Best wishes Christine Mehrtens
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