Travel back in time and bring to life the captivating history of the first Estancia of Tierra del Fuego, reliving the most important moments and anecdotes.
Founded in 1886 by the Anglican missionary Thomas Bridges, the first white man to live in Tierra del Fuego, Harberton played a very important part in establishing Argentine sovereignty in this area.
It is currently managed by members of the fifth and sixth generation of the family, and offers a great variety of activities and personalized programs that include lodging.Full Story
"I loved the place! I highly recommend it.
In the restaurant you will eat very well, the prices are affordable and the attention is excellent! You can't miss the guided tours (the historic and the museum tour).
The place is beautiful!!"
"It's like being in Europe but in America.
It's a paradise. Makes you want to live in this place, where you breathe fresh air, peace and presence of God.
Very picturesque, with lots of nature."
"Beautiful place and very good service.
The guided tour was excellent and the attention of our guide was extremely cordial and pleasant.
"Because of the titanic effort of families like these, who chose to settle in the most inhospitable areas, day by day, generation after generation, our Nation was built."
Route J, Km 45
Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Located 90 km from Ushuaia