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Dunedin Gasworks Museum

The Dunedin Gasworks Museum is located in the Edwardian engine house and boiler house from the old Dunedin Gasworks (1863-1987). The prize exhibits are the stationary steam engines that once pumped gas around Dunedin. Visitors are introduced to the lost art of making gas from coal in an authentic Edwardian industrial complex. Other themes explored include social history and steam technology. There are also displays of domestic gas appliances.The science of coal gas production is almost forgotten, but was once vital to most major cities. This museum reintroduces that science.

Collection Type
Technology, Historic Site, Open Air, Science


Contact Details
Postal address iconPO Box 5929, Dunedin
Web address iconhttp://www.gasworksmuseum.org.nz/


Visitor Information
Physical address iconBraemar Street, South Dunedin, New Zealand
Hours of operation iconThe every Sunday of the month, 12:00 noon - 4:00 pm. The museum can be opened with prior notice for special visits by contacting the Museum.
Charges icon$5.00 per individual. Children 12 and under FREE.


Facilities
Wheelchair accessReference LibraryParkingFunction SpaceGuided TourMembership ClubToilets



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