The grand opening of New Zealand’s first Cannabis Museum will be held at midday on Sunday October 6 in Dunedin.
Whakamana: the Cannabis Museum of Aotearoa will open with an exhibit on the history of cannabis law reform activism at the University of Otago dating back to the 1970s, including the “420 protests” that have been taking place over the last decade.
This will be followed by subsequent exhibits focusing on the history of cannabis and New Zealand cannabis culture.
Museum director Abe Gray said a number of guests have been invited to tour the Museum for the opening from noon on Sunday October 6th.
“All the local journalists and politicians will be invited, plus a few celebrity musicians,” he said. “The general public are also invited.”