Explore & Learn

Fort Ticonderoga invites you to embark on a historical adventure!

Engaging exhibits, interactive family programs, lively interpretive events and insightful seminars bring to life Fort Ticonderoga's rich history and connects its importance today!

Through interpretive and educational opportunities, educators, students, and life-long learners explore Fort Ticonderoga's epic history through collections,exhibitions, historical interpretation and landscape.


Life Long Learning Fort Ticonderoga offers a number of opportunities for life-long learners, from its acclaimed War College of the Seven Years’ War and Seminar on the American Revolution to garden-based workshops and the Fort Ticonderoga Author Series.
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Family Programs at Fort Ticonderoga During July and August families can participate in a number of activites. Activities take place in the Deborah Clarke Mars Education Center and in the King’s Garden.
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Educators Throughout the year Fort Ticonderoga offers educational opportunities geared for educators. Teachers can choose from week-long continuing education courses and one-day conferences and workshops.
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Students Field Trip options
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Research & Collections Fort Ticonderoga’s Thompson-Pell Research Center is open by appointment for researchers interested in using the Fort’s library, archives and manuscripts, and collections of objects.
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University Partnerships Fort Ticonderoga has a growing group of college and university partners.
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Reenactment & Living History Events Re-enactor groups participate in interpretive programs each year focusing on the French & Indian War and the American Revolution.
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Scouting Fort Ticonderoga offers scouting adventures! Explore Fort Ticonderoga's story and its 2000 acres of landscape and learn why it is America's Fort! Scout groups receive a discounted rate when making reservations in advance. Plan your trip today!
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