The Tago Immigration Museum is a social history museum. Through its collections and exhibitions, it covers all aspects of the residents of Dunedin and surrounding areas, showing the character, culture, technology, art, and fashion of the people who formed the first great city of New Zealand And traffic conditions.
Totui OTAGO Settlers Museum, Early Immigrant Museum in Otago, a very good interactive museum in the heart of Danitin, displays the comprehensive history of Danitin as well as special topics and research with great characteristics, modernization, and free entry. Enter the museum, the famous "Josephine" locomotive on your left hand, see the meticulous display and the striking "Josephine is very old. Please don't touch or climb on her" on the glass. You will instantly understand the style of the museum: funny and rigorous. The museum is about the settlers who sailed across the sea from Scotland to Danitin, where the models of the cabins they stayed on their journey, the clothes they wore, the equipment they used, and how they grew and developed to create the "New Edinburgh". And the style of the museum is slightly different, not to introduce the migration or lifestyle of the various ethnic groups in the local, but through the different ages of the various ethnic groups through the life of the guide, quite realistic. Many exhibits have the touch screen to introduce the information of the exhibits, a little, then know the end, and some important collection beside, there will be a large vertical digital screen, select click, there will be relevant scholars about this item video play, very advanced equipment. The middle part also has a remodeled old station which is great and interesting, with some tourists and children sitting or playing, and TV shows on the wall, very real scenes. There are huge exhibition halls, in turn, filled with Danidine's transport from carriages to bicycles, cars to buses, and the Trailer that New Zealand now sees so often has long been there, and the facilities are still luxurious. This is a character and modern museum, totally worth a visit.