Visitors to Larnach Castle can now travel back in time.
A descendant of William Larnach had long dreamed she would be
proposed to at Dunedin's Larnach Castle, but until Saturday
thought it would never actually happen.
At a masquerade ball held at larnach Castle on Friday, November 16.
Photos by Jane Dawber; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.
A dark and stormy night complete with eerie blanket of fog
provided the perfect atmosphere for a string of ghostly tales
at Larnach Castle last night.
Ghostly sightings may have left Cumberland College students
spooked, but now a tourist has reported being bullied by a
ghost at Larnach Castle.
If the past is another country, as Margaret Barker says, her
former home, Larnach Castle, must be nestled between time
One of Dunedin's best-known tourist attractions has been
renamed Rabbit Castle.
A piece of Larnach Castle history is believed to have been
uncovered in the Maniototo.
Bargain-hunters seeking items with a rich history flocked to
Larnach Castle's garage sale yesterday.
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