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Help to protect and share the wonder of Antarctica and its heritage.

The pandemic has had a significant impact on our charity and we need your generosity now more than ever. By supporting our work you can help to conserve historic buildings and artefacts in Antarctica and contribute to the protection of its unique natural environment and wildlife. Every donation, monthly gift and membership enables us to continue our conservation programme and develop exciting, diverse cultural programmes here in the UK.

With your help, we can preserve the past to protect the Antarctica of tomorrow.

Join us Become a member

Your membership enables us to carry out critical conservation work in Antarctica, run the Museum and Post Office at Port Lockroy, and deliver our UK-wide engagement programme of exhibitions, events and talks to inspire more people about the history of this incredible continent, developing the scientists and environmentalists of the future. Memberships start from just £35 per year and all can be bought as a gift.

Choose your membership

Make a donation Protect Antarctica's heritage

Every donation we receive, no matter how small, helps our expert teams deliver vital conservation work across the heritage sites that we preserve. Without your support, sites of great importance in Antarctica's history could quickly deteriorate, taking with them historic artefacts, tales of scientific advancement and human endeavour that inform how we, as a global community, view and value Antarctica today. With your help, we can continue to conserve this special continent to ensure its protection for years to come.

Make a donation

Adopt A Penguin Follow a unique colony at the end of the world

The gentoos of Port Lockroy are perhaps some of the most famous penguins in the world! The colony made their home with us on Goudier Island over 30 years ago and we have been studying and contributing to their protection ever since. Inquisitive, fluffy and funny, we love sharing their activity with everyone around the world.

Adopt A Penguin

Leaving a legacy

Leave a gift in your Will Protect Antarctica for years to come

If you have a passion for Antarctica then leaving a gift to UKAHT in your Will is one way you can make a lasting difference to our work for years to come. Legacies are a special way to celebrate your passion and commitment to Antarctica, its history and its future. Your gift will provide vital support to our long term programmes to preserve historic sites on the Antarctic Peninsula and to deliver projects to inspire people of all ages to appreciate our Antarctic story and the unique place Antarctica holds in the World.

You can find more information in our downloadable legacy brochure. If you would like a hard copy of the brochure or are considering leaving a gift and have a few questions, please contact Camilla Johns, Head of Development, at

View our legacy booklet

Other ways to support


Do you love to bake? Maybe you're an adrenaline junkie? Whatever you enjoy doing why not fundraise while you do it? Every pound raised helps us continue to protect Antarctica's priceless historic artefacts and sites, as well as deliver cultural programmes in local communities. Let us know if you're planning a fundraiser and we will give you all the support and help you need.

Shop with us

We sell a range of exclusive items including collectables, clothing, homeware, accessories, books, maps and jewellery - with something for all ages and interests. For a special gift or to simply treat yourself, this is the place to shop for all things Antarctica. We deliver worldwide so wherever you are, it's never been easier to shop and show your support.

Corporate Partnerships

We are committed to protecting Antarctica’s past and future, but we can’t do it alone. Antarctica is changing, and our work is becoming more important. We are looking for like-minded partners to support our conservation projects, unique sites and reach to a global community. Get in touch to find out more.




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