Category Archives: Living History & Material Culture

Celebrate the Scot in You! Fort Ticonderoga Presents Lively Scots Day Event June 13

  Fort Ticonderoga will present the Eighth Annual Scots Day on Saturday, June 13. The commemoration of Scottish heritage and culture, as well as their significant contributions to 18th-century North American history runs from 9:30 am to 5 pm. Tour … Continue reading

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Gaining Perspective from the Participants of the 1756 French Soldiers’ Row to Ticonderoga

During opening weekend on May 9 – 10 at Fort Ticonderoga, visitors stepped into New France in 1756 as French soldiers returned by bateaux from posts down Lake Champlain. This event kicked off the 2015 season at Fort Ticonderoga and … Continue reading

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Iron & Stone: Building Fort Carillon Exhibit Now Open

  Fort Ticonderoga Museum’s newest exhibit introduces the methods and logistics behind the construction of Fort Carillon (now Fort Ticonderoga). Using hands-on components, Iron & Stone: Building Fort Carillon allows visitors to see if they have what it takes to … Continue reading

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1756: The Front Line of New France Exhibit Now Open

Fort Ticonderoga Museum’s newest exhibit introduces the campaign of 1756 from the French perspective. Using artifacts, archaeological material, and hands-on reproductions, 1756: The Front Line of New France explores how the soldiers who fought for France’s empire were equipped with … Continue reading

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Honor American Armed Forces at America’s Fort! Special Memorial Day Event Scheduled for May 25

  Join Fort Ticonderoga on Memorial Day weekend, May 23 – 25, to salute the service of the armed forces of the United States on the very grounds where so many American soldiers fought and sacrificed. Parade into Fort Ticonderoga … Continue reading

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Spend the Day at Fort Ticonderoga! 2015 Season Begins Saturday, May 9

Experience Fort Ticonderoga on land and water during the 2015 season, beginning on Saturday, May 9. Fort Ticonderoga is a multi-day family destination that encourages visitors to build their perfect adventure in America’s most historic landscape. Every day is an … Continue reading

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Bring Home a Piece of Fort Ticonderoga

The Fort Ticonderoga Museum Store offers a wide variety of specialty products for children, youths, and adults and is considered the best history book store in the region. There is no better way to end your Fort Ticonderoga visit than … Continue reading

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The French are Rowing to Fort Ticonderoga!

Experience an immersive living history event at Fort Ticonderoga highlighting the return of French soldiers to Carillon (now called Fort Ticonderoga). On Saturday May 9 through Sunday May 10, visitors will step into New France in 1756 as French soldiers … Continue reading

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Spring Ahead of Opening Season!

Yes, it’s true. Spring is finally here! The morning routine of layering up, strapping on our boots, and warming up our cars is officially a practice of the past. Although winter is making an attempt to linger here in the … Continue reading

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Horsepower at Ticonderoga: Fort Fever Series Program March 15 examines the role of horses in the military

Fort Ticonderoga launches its third “Fort Fever Series” with a special presentation by Senior Director of Interpretation, Stuart Lilie, who will examine the role of horses in 18th-century military campaigns and on the grounds of Ticonderoga. Lilie will help to … Continue reading

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