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, capture the fort from the British, or witness Montcalm's victory at the Battle of Carillon. Fort Ticonderoga offers diverse and immersive special event experiences that are unique, powerful, and unforgettable for the whole family throughout the year.
Before Long We Would Have Reinforcements
May 9 & 10, 2015
Kick off the 2015 season with a bang as we recreate the return of French soldiers by boat to begin construction of Fort Carillon, the famous French fort of Ticonderoga. For more information.
Memorial Day Weekend
Remember the sacrifice of American soldiers, looking back at 1776 when these soldiers dug in at Ticonderoga to defend a new nation. For more information.
June 13, 2015
Celebrate Scottish military history and culture in this one day heritage event. For more information.
Independence Day Weekend
July 3-5, 2015
Make independence day special by discovering the fight for liberty in 1776 at Ticonderoga. For more information.
July 18 & 19, 2015
This two-day battle re-enactment event tells the story of the 1758 Battle of Carillon. For more information.
Fife & Drum Corps Muster
July 25, 2015
The annual muster features a day and evening concert of the Fife & Drum Corps playing their unique martial sounds. For more information.
September 12 & 13, 2015
This two-day battle re-enactment tells the incredible story of Colonel John Brown's 1777 raid against British held Ticonderoga. For more information.
Heritage, Harvest, & Horse Festival
October 3, 2015
Enjoy equestrian talks and demonstrations as well as a farmer's market from local Adirondack and Champlain valley farmers. For more information.
Noble Train Begins
December 5, 2015
This one-day living history event re-creates the proofing and loading of cannons for Henry Knox's Noble Train of Artillery. For more information.
Defiance & Independence
July 23 & 24, 2016
A two-day battle re-enactment, Defiance and Independence recreates the 1777 capture of Ticonderoga by the British Army. For more information.