The word “spring” conjures up many pictures – green grass, the arrival of migrating songbirds, warm sunshine, and of course, flowers! Classics like tulips, daffodils, and grape hyacinths are starting to peek through the soil to color the landscape. … Continue reading
An Adirondack chair for the younger set rests beside a bumble bee topiary A plot that was once part of the vegetable and cutting gardens for the Pell summer home, and before that a soldier’s garden that helped feed … Continue reading
In the center of the King’s Garden rests the bronze sculpture, The Young Diana, that depicts Roman mythology’s goddess of the hunt. Displayed on a pedestal in the reflecting pool, the statue is located on a cross-axis and serves … Continue reading
To historians, perhaps as much as scientists, proving yourself wrong is often more exciting than being correct. Often visitors ask about how the cavalry was used in battle around Fort Ticonderoga, to which our answer would be that we haven’t … Continue reading
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The adventure begins on May 20th! Fort Ticonderoga is a family destination, a center of learning and an interactive, multi-disciplined experience. It’s exploring the beautiful gardens, finding adventure in our events, marching with the Fife and Drum Corp, and learning … Continue reading