Entrance to Estancia Harberton form the Beagle Channel

Uttermost part of the Earth

Relive the History of
Tierra del Fuego

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.

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Old image of the beginnings of Estancia HarbertonPortrait of Thomas Bridges, Anglican Missionary and founder of Estancia Harberton.

What can I do at Harberton?

Because of the topography, we do not consider Harberton to be suitable for people with reduced mobility.

We are open to public from October to March, from 12 to 19 hours.


(We will remain closed from December 25th through January 2nd)

What do our visitors say?

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Exhibit Room of Acatushun Museum, showing sea mammal bones.
Main house of the Estancia Harberton.
Old rusted boat.
King Penguins at the penguin island called Martillo Island.
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Contact Us

Route J, Km 43
Tierra del Fuego, Argentina
Located 90 km from Ushuaia

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