"The Noble Train Begins" Reenactment
Fort Ticonderoga Overview
Fort Ticonderoga has an epic story to tell! See highlights from 2014 of our programs, beauty, and future vision narrated by the Fort Ticonderoga leadership team.
Fort Ticonderoga Canoe Rentals and Carillon Battlefield Hiking Trail
Rent a canoe for a day or half-day and gain a water-level perspective on Fort Ticonderoga and the surrounding landscape while enjoying the natural beauty and wildlife of the area. Explore the shoreline and the mouth of the La Chute River nearby. A brochure highlights both historical and natural features as you paddle on this beautiful body of water.
The Carillon Battlefield Trail offers a 1.7 mile loop through one of the most important battlefields in North America. pick up a trail guide at the Log House and explore where empires clashed to decide the destiny of a continent. The trail begins and ends outside the Log House Welcome Center picnic area. Be sure to pick up a hiking trail guide and Archaeology Quest Scavenger Game card at the Guest Service Desk. Can you find all the clues along the trail?
In an updated version of the popular buttonhole instruction video, Fort Ticonderoga shows more refined techniques for sewing 18th century buttonholes into recreated clothing.
A Day Longer in the Field: Provincial Soldiers Guard and Rebuild Fort Ticonderoga
Living Our History at Fort Ticonderoga
Watch a day in the life of a historic interpreter at Fort Ticonderoga. In this short documentary, you'll meet Cameron Green, a Military Interpreter at Fort Ticonderoga.
Riot! Yankees versus Buckskins
Meet the Pennsylvania and Massachusetts soldiers left behind to guard Ticonderoga in the early winter of 1777. Discover the cultural divide between these two regions and ensuing incidents.
Fort Ticonderoga Overview 2015
Discover Fort Ticonderoga's story and explore our 2000 acres of beautiful landscape on Lake Champlain. With just one visit, you'll change the way you see history!