Otego is a small well-known museum in New Zealand. There was an exhibition in the last part of the exhibition. You can also pick up paper to write down your story of broken love, fold it into a heart shape, and hang it on the wall of love. The story of will be carefully stored for you by the museum after the exhibition. It feels quite interesting
The exhibition "Museum of Broken Relationships", which was once exhibited in Shanghai but did not go to see, was still on display at the Otago Museum in Dunedin. Regardless of national borders, people's desire to share, desire to fall in love, and the need for emotional connection are the end of loneliness.
The exclusive territory of local children has many participation in expansion projects. The area of the exhibits is broader than the museums I have seen before, focusing on the history, humanities and development of the entire Pacific region. The museum restaurant on the first floor is also good, which can basically meet travelers' food requirements.
There are a lot of inspections in the museum, which is a 15-minute walk from the city center. The staff is very welcoming. There are many exhibits. It’s free to visit here, but some exhibits need to be paid for. From here, you can learn about the people in southern New Zealand, as well as their country and religion. It’s fun to stay here for a few hours.
More than 70% of New Zealand's museums are composed of Maori culture and history. Of course, there are also introductions by Chinese workers.