Explore Fort Ticonderoga's epic story at one of our many special events including reenactments, living history weekends, and festivals! Thrill at the power of artillery, celebrate Scottish Culture, or witness the 1758 Battle of Carillon Reenactment! Fort Ticonderoga offers diverse and immersive special event experiences that are unique, powerful, and unforgettable for the whole family throughout the year!
Remember the service of the armed forces of the United Stated on the very grounds where so many American soldiers fought and sacrificed.
Discover more about your own connection to Scottish culture, and explore centuries of stories, based on Scottish soldiers in the British Army, through a military timeline offered throughout the day.
Come celebrate freedom by exploring the year 1777 when America was consumed in the labor of liberty.
Stand on the very ground and march out to the "Old French Lines," where American soldiers entrenched themselves during the epic Battle of Carillon.
Witness how the British amassed the largest army in North American history to date yet was stunningly defeated by a French army a quarter of its size.
July 29, 2017
From the American Revolution, to the Civil War, to modern commemoration, learn about the practical purpose of fifes and drums. Enjoy the stirring rhythms and tunes of these classic marches and camp songs.
An attack led by patriot Colonel John Brown will take British troops garrisoning Fort Ticonderoga by surprise 240 years later during the upcoming real-life action adventure.
Experience the power and thunder of hooves through demonstrations of equestrian sports and working horses; take part in family-fun activities including; sack races; and explore the splendor of the King’s Garden and the annual plant sale and harvest market.
Discover the epic story of Henry Knox's "Noble Train" of artillery with exciting programs highlighting Henry Knox's arrival to Fort Ticonderoga, recreating the beginning of the incredible feat that ultimately forced the British evacuation from Boston on March 17, 1776.