Speight’s has been churning out beer on this site since the late 1800s. The 90-minute tour offers samples of six different brews, and...
Up the staircase, the Temple Gallery was Dunedin’s first synagogue (1864), and then for 30 years a Masonic temple. The building retains...
Speight’s Ale House
Busy even in the non-university months, the Ale House is a favourite of strapping young lads in their cleanest dirty shirts. It's a good...
Quite possibly Dunedin’s sunniest spot for a lazy brunch, the spacious and high-ceilinged Mojo teams yummy counter food, bagels and...
65 Crawford St · interesting places nearby
Dunedin’s premier live-music venue draws an eclectic mix of genres from noisy-as-hell punk to chilled reggae and gritty dubstep. It’s the venue of choice for visiting Kiwi bands and up-and-coming international acts.