Almirante Brown Antarctic Base (64.895° S, 62.870° W) is an ArgentineAntarctic base named after Admiral Guillermo Brown, the father of the Argentine Navy. The original station located in Paradise Bay was burned down in 1984. The base has been partially rebuilt, but is occupied only in the summer season and is now a noted tourist attraction.
The base was built in 1950 by the Argentinian government, named after Admiral Guillermo Brown, an noted Argentinean navy admiral. It was meant to house around 15 researchers. From 1964 until its destruction, it was used mainly for biological research.