Antarctic Heritage Trust
Conserve, share and encourage the spirit of exploration
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio The Blue Marble data is courtesy of Reto Stockli (NASA/GSFC).
BORCHGREVINK'S HUT, CAPE ADARE Cape Adare: 71° 18’ S 170° 11’ E
SHACKLETON'S HUT, CAPE ROYDS Cape Royds: 77° 33' S 166° 09’E
SCOTT'S HUT, HUT POINT Hut Point: 77° 50’S, 166° 37’E
SCOTT'S HUT, CAPE EVANS Cape Evans: 77° 38’ S 166° 25’ E
HILLARY'S HUT, SCOTT BASE Scott Base: 77° 85’S, 166° 75’E

SHACKLETON'S HUT

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CAPE ROYDS, -77°33'10.7"S, 166°10'6.5"E

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ROSS SEA PARTY PHOTOS

Conservators working in Captain Scott’s last expedition base at Cape Evans a century on discovered a small box of photographic negatives. Painstaking conservation work revealed never before seen Antarctic images.

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EXPLORE SCOTT'S HUT WITH GOOGLE MAPS

The Trust partnered with Google and the Polar Geospatial Center to capture Scott's Cape Evans Hut as part of Google’s World Wonders Project.​​

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Our members, Antarctic Explorers, are committed to conserve, share and encourage the spirit of exploration.

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As a registered New Zealand charitable trust, we welcome your support to save the five historic expedition bases under our care.

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INSPIRING EXPLORERS EXPEDITION 2015
South Georgia

The Inspiring Explorers Expedition 2015 was an opportunity of a lifetime for three young people who repeated Shackleton’s crossing of South Georgia Island to mark the centenary of the original crossing.

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Media Release

Flying the NZ flag

Prime Minister launches Conservation Plan

Today, New Zealand Prime Minister Rt Hon John Key has launched the Antarctic Heritage Trust’s Conservation Plan for Hillary’s Hut ...
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Project Update

Project Update 2015

A comprehensive overview of the Antarctic Heritage Trust's Ross Sea Heritage Restoration Project. Includes a summary of work on each of the five expedition bases under the Trust's care.
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Educational Resources

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Scott's Last Expedition

The Antarctic Heritage Trust’s online resources for teachers and students. Based on an award winning exhibition to commemorate the centenary of Captain Scott’s 1910-1913 expedition.
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CONSERVATION PHOTO GALLERY

It’s not every day you get to work in sub-zero temperatures with historic buildings and artefacts. See our cold-climate conservation and carpentry teams in action.

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