Scout Day Visits

Fort Ticonderoga is happy to welcome scout groups! Reservations are required to obtain the scout rate for 12 or more scouts.
Cost: General Admission: $7/scout, $12/adult 
Making Reservations: For ALL scout inquiries, contact Ryann Wiktorko, Group Tour Coordinator, at 518-585-1023 or complete the online reservation form and submit it to


Planting the Tree of Liberty! 

In this scouting program, your pack or troop is immersed in the daily routine of the Continental Soldiers garrisoning Fort Ticonderoga in the weeks after the capture of Fort Ticonderoga by Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold in 1775. Scouts form a platoon of soldiers and learn teamwork and discipline as they undergo a typical day in the life of soldiers. They learn about the training used to prepare soldiers to meet a powerful enemy, what soldiers ate, where they slept, and experience the confusion of battle. 
This program includes: 
  • Musket demonstration
  • Practicing formation tactics
  • Working with tools under supervision
  • Learning about tents and constructing a brush shelter
  • Working on fatigue duty alongside Fort Ticonderoga's interpretive Staff
Availability: This program is available at 10:00 am and 11:30 am, based on availability and advance reservation.  
Cost: General Admission + Planting the Tree of Liberty Program: $10/scout, $12/adult
Badges: Earn a unique Discovery Badge by completing our “Planting the Tree of Liberty." Patches are an additional $3.50.
Boy Scouts also have a number of opportunities to work on Merit Badges at Fort Ticonderoga! For Merit Badge Ideas at Fort Ticonderoga, click here

Boy Scout Self-Guided Discovery Tour

Scout groups can take a self-guided “Boy Scout Discovery Tour.” The tour makes connections between elements of the Scout Law and Fort Ticonderoga’s history, using various museum exhibits and clues on the historic landscape to help scouts answer a series of questions. Successfully completed forms can be submitted to the Log House Museum Store for a specially-designed “fun patch” available only to Scouts participating in this program. Download the PDF or visit the Log House Guest Service Desk for more information!

Girl Scout Day at Fort Ticonderoga 

Fort Ticonderoga joins forces with the Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York to host Girl Scout Day on Saturday, October 13, 2018, from 9:30am-5:00 pm. Scouts will participate in interactive and immersive programs, visit museum exhibitions, and explore the historic site, including the King’s Garden, Carillon Battlefield Hiking Trail, and the Heroic Corn Maze!

Special guided tours and museum exhibitions will immerse the scouts in Fort Ticonderoga’s epic history. The visit will include the historic trades shops, where they will learn about key skills that were essential for keeping an army clothed, fed, and prepared, while connecting with scouting goals. Pre-registration is not necessary. 

Girl Scout Badges and Journeys
Girl Scouts can work on Journeys and Badges at Fort Ticonderoga. Ideas for your troop: DaisiesBrowniesJuniorsCadettesSeniors
Girl Scout Overnight experience: October 12-13, 2019

Overnight Scouting Experience! 

Become part of the garrison at Ticonderoga! Your troop will become immersed in the life of soldiers at Fort Ticonderoga during the Revolutionary War. Experience the training and teamwork involved in the army from marching to working. Cook and eat the victuals similar to those consumed by soldiers, and sleep in the barracks located within the majestic fort walls. This unforgettable experience requires pre-registration and a nonrefundable/nontransferable deposit and is only available for Boy Scout Troops, Girl Scout Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors. *Not for Cub Scouts, Webelos, Daisies, Brownies, or Juniors. 

2019 Winter Quarters Availability (November 2018-April 2019)
  • February 16-17, 2019
  • March 9-10, 2019
2019 Campaign Season Availability (May-October 2019)
  • May 4-5, 11-12 
  • June 1-2, 
  • August 24-25
  • September 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29
  • October 12-13 Girl Scout inquiries only!
  • October 19-20