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- Celebrate Mothers' Day at Olveston Historic Home!
- $19.50 for entry for 2 adults (value up to $39)
- Take your mum out for an awesome outing at this historic home museum
- Olveston was built for Dunedin businessman, collector and philanthropist David Theomin, his wife Marie and their two children Edward and Dorothy
- Designed by acclaimed English architect Sir Ernest George, Olveston was built as a family home furnished with fine art, furniture and artefacts purchased from all around the world
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Offer valid from 2/5/2016 - 31/05/2016.
We strongly encourage bookings to be made by 2/05/2016. Bookings after this date cannot be guaranteed. If there are no available bookings after 2/05/2016, simply contact our Customer Support Team before 31/05/2016 and you will be entitled to a full credit back to your account
Bookings are essential and are subject to availability. Walk-ins not accepted
Vouchers are valid for any 2 adults
24 hour cancellation policy applies, non-attendance and late cancellation voids voucher
Not valid in conjunction with any other offer and not redeemable for cash
Redemption instructions can be found on your voucher
If you really need convincing...
Keen to spend some quality time with Mum and explore a beautiful historic home? Welcome to Olveston!
Olveston is an authentic and original historic home depicting the life of a wealthy merchant family in the early part of the twentieth century. Opened as a historic house museum in 1967, Olveston is a time capsule as little has changed inside the house since it was occupied as a family home between 1906 to 1966.
Built for Dunedin businessman, collector and philanthropist David Theomin, his wife Marie and their two children Edward and Dorothy and designed by acclaimed English architect Sir Ernest George, Olveston was a family home furnished with fine art, furniture and artefacts purchased from all around the world. It was intended for future generations but was gifted to the City of Dunedin when the last surviving member of the family, Miss Dorothy Theomin, died in 1966.
Olveston is open 364 days a year and offers six 1-hour tours daily. It also offers a programme of other tours and events throughout the year.
Take a trip back in time and enjoy the beauty of Olveston Historic Home.