Every day is a special event at Fort Ticonderoga. Join us for exciting programs daily including tours, musket demonstrations, gallery talks, garden programs, family tours, and more!
Beginning June 30, 2020, Fort Ticonderoga will be open from 9:30 am-5 pm, Tuesday – Sunday through October 31, 2020. All tickets must be purchased in advance. Visitors are required to wear face coverings and adhere to physical distancing as well as all applicable New York State and CDC requirements. At this time, no indoor spaces are open to the public. Check back frequently for updates on our schedule and offerings.
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Every day is an event at Fort Ticonderoga and every year is a new experience! This year, Fort Ticonderoga debuts a new chapter in its story. Discover innovative storytelling on a grand scale with guided tours, witness thrilling weapons demonstrations, explore endless outdoor activities, and see the British-occupied fort in the years just before the American Revolution. Be sure to: Explore the beautiful gardens Take a hike on the historic Carillon Battlefield hiking trail Ascend to Mount Defiance for a…
Share time with family and friends while exploring this unique six-acre corn maze located on the shores of Lake Champlain at Fort Ticonderoga. Getting lost in this life-size puzzle is part of the fun as you look for history clues among towering stalks of corn! Find clues connected to our story as you make your way through the maze! The maze, featuring a design inspired by Fort Ticonderoga’s British history, is divided into two phases, giving guests the chance to…
The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Fort Ticonderoga’s history. On August 16, 1777, General John Stark and a collection of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, and New York militia won a crucial battle near Bennington, Vermont. By depriving British General John Burgoyne's badly needed provisions and revitalizing the American cause, Bennington set the stage for the decisive Battle of Saratoga. Michael P. Gabriel, the Chair of the Department of History at Kutztown University, has…
Over 40,000 soldiers and civilians crossed the Ticonderoga peninsula during the 18th century, each wearing dozens of buttons on their clothing. It's nothing really surprising that over 2,000 buttons have been recovered from the ruins. These are buttons that tell us not just who was here, but the incredible complexity and extent of 18th-century trade and military institutions. Join Fort Ticonderoga Curator Dr. Matthew Keagle on Facebook Live at 1pm to explore buttons among the Fort Ticonderoga Collection.
Water bottles, canteens, flasks, all different terms used for the vessels used by soldiers to carry fluids in the 18th and 19th centuries. Join Fort Ticonderoga Curator Dr. Matthew Keagle on Facebook Live at 1pm to explore examples of these artifacts dating from the French & Indian War to the War of 1812.
Join Margaret Staudter Fort Ticonderoga Registrar & Site Archaeologist in this new video series looking at the Fort Ticonderoga archaeological collection. In this first episode, join on YouTube as she explores a series of pipe stems found on the grounds during the 20th-century restoration at Fort Ticonderoga.