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Fort Ticonderoga is the perfect destination for your family this fall! Experience hands-on family activities, premier museum collections, living history, thrilling weapons demos, living history, heritage breed animals, and more! This fall, go apple picking in the colorful King’s Garden, adventure into the Heroic Corn Maze, witness breathtaking fall foliage from Lake Champlain aboard the Carillon Boat or from atop Mount Defiance, and go hiking on the Battlefield Hiking Trail. Be sure to have lunch at our farm-to-fork cafe! Open daily, May 4th–October 31st, 2019. Rain or shine, there’s something for everyone! With so much to see and do, you can visit the next day FOR FREE with a one-day general admission pass.

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Ticonderoga is centrally located and situated beautifully on Lake George and Lake Champlain. Fort Ticonderoga sits in an ideal location to launch your Adirondack vacation and beyond! Positioned at the northern part of Lake George and in the southern portion of the Adirondack Park, several wonderful and diverse experiences await you nearby and just a short drive away.

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  • March

    9

    Battle Reenactment: 1759 Battle on Snowshoes

    Robert Rogers and his Rangers return to Fort Ticonderoga Saturday, March 9, 2024 for the dramatic 1759 Battle on Snowshoes reenactment from 10am-4pm! The Battle on Snowshoes event vividly recreates the final winter battle between a scout of Haudenosaunee Warriors, British Regulars, and Rogers’ Rangers, versus the French garrison of soldiers, Canadians and Native American […]

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  • March

    10

    Virtual Author Series featuring Jack Kelly

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. In his new book God Save Benedict Arnold: The True Story of America’s Most Hated Man, author Jack Kelly brings the smell of gunpowder to every page in this riveting account of Benedict Arnold’s military career. Kelly’s account of […]

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  • March

    16–17

    Winter Workshop Series: Brunswick & Hessian Regimental Coats

    In this two-day workshop, learn the latest research on Brunswick and Hessian enlisted regimental coats as you build your own. Discover the unique details and differences between different states’ and regiments’ uniforms. This workshop is BYOL — bring your own lace– due to the specificity of these trimmings. Most regimental and campaign details can be […]

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  • March

    22

    The 30th Annual Ticonderoga Ball

    This stunning black tie affair supports Fort Ticonderoga’s mission to preserve, educate, and provoke an active discussion about the past and its importance to present and future generations. Enjoy dinner, a live auction, and dancing to the Lester Lanin Orchestra at the elegant Union League Club in New York City. For more information call 518-585-2821 […]

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  • March

    27

    Fort Fever Series featuring Tabitha Hubbard

    The Fort Fever Series is a virtual series presented by Fort Ticonderoga staff. Join Fort Ticonderoga Collections Manager, Tabitha Hubbard, as she highlights the incredible strides Collections staff have made in documenting, preserving, and making accessible Ticonderoga’s world-class collections. In the last few years, the Collections Department has made momentous progress in cataloging, inventorying, and […]

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  • April

    6

    Twelfth Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium 

    The King’s Garden at Fort Ticonderoga presents the Twelfth Annual Garden & Landscape Symposium on Saturday, April 6, 2024. This program features practical strategies for expanding and improving your garden and landscape. We invite you to join us, whether you are an experienced gardener or you are just getting started, for helpful insights from garden […]

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  • April

    7

    Living History Event: 1774 His Majesty’s Garrison of Ticonderoga

    In this one-day living history event, Fort Ticonderoga will portray 1774 with peacetime garrison life in British North America on the eve of the Revolutionary War. Examine the daily life of British soldiers and their families tending to activities like cooking, shoemaking, and carpentry. Discover family life for the British garrison in 1774 and the […]

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  • April

    14

    Virtual Author Series featuring Jim Piecuch

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. In South Carolina Provincials: Loyalists in British Service during the American Revolution, historian Jim Piecuch provides the first comprehensive history of those South Carolinians who took up arms to assist the British during their attempt to quell the rebellion in […]

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  • April

    24

    Fort Fever Series featuring Cameron Green

    The Fort Fever Series is a virtual series presented by Fort Ticonderoga staff. Join Fort Ticonderoga Director of Interpretation, Cameron Green, as we look forward to the 2024 Campaign Season at Fort Ticonderoga! This year, we will be launching REAL TIME REVOLUTION™ as our public history program highlights the year 1774 to begin commemorating the […]

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  • May

    4–5

    Living History Event: “For the Good of the King’s Service”

    In this exciting two-day living history event, experience peacetime garrison life in British North America on the eve of the Revolutionary War as Fort Ticonderoga begins REAL TIME REVOLUTION™! 250 years to the day, discover daily life for British soldiers and their families in 1774, with peacetime activities like gardening, shoemaking, tailoring, and boatbuilding. This […]

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  • May

    17

    Annual History Conference for Educators 

    This annual daylong conference immerses teachers in primary sources, material culture, and pedagogical techniques to help connect students to history. Presentations are by classroom teachers, museum staff, archivists, and academics. With the approach of the 250th anniversary of the American Revolution, each session of this conference explores one of five themes: Power of Place Revolutionary Possibilities […]

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  • May

    17–19

    Twenty-Eighth Annual War College of the Seven Years’ War

    Fort Ticonderoga presents the Twenty-Eighth Annual War College of the Seven Years’ War over three days, Friday-Sunday, May 17-19, 2024. Since its beginning in 1996, this premier seminar focuses on subjects related to the Seven Years’ War in North America and beyond, drawing speakers and participants from across North America and Europe.   Attendees can […]

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  • May

    25–26

    Memorial Day Weekend Commemoration

    Join Fort Ticonderoga to pay tribute to the men and women who lost their lives in service to their country during the American Revolution. Fort Ticonderoga will pay tribute to the men and women who lost their lives in service to their country during the American Revolution. Discover the story of the American Army in […]

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  • June

    8

    Annual Spring King’s Garden Plant Sale

    As part of National Garden Week June 2-8, and back by popular demand, mark your calendars for the return of the King’s Garden Plant Sale on June 8 from 10am-4pm! Help Fort Ticonderoga with the historic garden’s stewardship and take home your living legacy from the walled King’s Garden. Visitors have the option to purchase […]

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  • June

    9

    Virtual Author Series featuring Theodore Corbett

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. Another revolution existed in the late 18th-century world, not the familiar movement for independence of the United States or even the French Revolution, but rather the effort for freedom from slavery, opposed by most in the thirteen British colonies […]

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  • June

    15

    Living History Event: Scots Day

    This family-favorite cultural event explores Scottish clan tents to learn more about their rich ancestry and culture. Merchants selling kilts, crafts, and other gifts will join Scottish organizations from across the East Coast to greet visitors with information on all aspects of their rich heritage. Inside Fort Ticonderoga, discover the heroic stories of Scottish soldiers […]

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  • July

    4–7

    Independence Day Weekend 1777

    Celebrate freedom by exploring the year 1777 when America was consumed in the labor of liberty. Participate in the fight for freedom when the Northern Department of the Continental Army fought to keep the great fortress of Ticonderoga from falling into British control. Take the experience onto the water aboard the recreated 1920s tour boat […]

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  • July

    20–21

    Battle Reenactment: 1759 Siege of Carillon

    In this exciting two-day battle reenactment, discover the last days of Fort Carillon (later named Ticonderoga), as 400 French soldiers faced an 11,000-man British Army! With different battle scenarios and living history vignettes each day, explore the science of siege craft, and the power of artillery–on land and water–as General Jeffrey Amherst sought to take […]

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  • July

    27–28

    Living History Event: The Sound of 1776 Two-Day Event!

    Hear the rousing sounds of the Fifes & Drums, which hoisted the spirits of an American Army in 1776! Through musical concerts, living history vignettes and weapon demonstrations discover the story of the Northern Continental Army, which rebuilt itself at Ticonderoga beginning in July 1776. See rebellion transform into a war for independence as the […]

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  • July

    28

    Virtual Author Series featuring Steven Park

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. Between the Boston Massacre in 1770 and the Boston Tea Party in 1773—a period historians refer to as “the lull”—a group of prominent Rhode Islanders rowed out to His Majesty’s schooner Gaspee,which had run aground six miles south of Providence […]

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  • August

    3

    The Annual King’s Garden Party

    Join us in the King’s Garden for the party of the summer featuring cocktails, live music, delicious bites, spirited best-of competition, Silent & Exclusive Experiences auctions…and elegance among the blooms. For tickets or more information please visit our event site, call 518-585-2821 or email info@fort-ticonderoga.org

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  • August

    11

    Virtual Author Series featuring Abby Chandler

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. Seized with the Temper of the Times tells the story of the Stamp Act crisis and the Regulator Rebellion, two under examined political rebellions from the decade prior to the American Revolution. The questions about the intersecting roles of […]

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  • September

    6

    Homeschool Day

    Spend a day at Fort Ticonderoga and participate in a series of programs designed for homeschool families! Discover Ticonderoga’s epic history through historic trades and soldiers’ life activities, participate in guided tours and thrilling demonstrations, and explore the historic site. Explore the beauty of the King’s Garden and create your special memories with coloring kits […]

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  • September

    7

    Annual Fall King’s Garden Plant Sale

    Help Fort Ticonderoga with the historic garden’s stewardship and take home your living legacy from the walled King’s Garden! Among a variety of options, purchase your own beautiful and historic pre-potted King’s Garden flowers or dig your own selection with the guidance of our experienced garden staff. Favorite divisions and whole plans will be available […]

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  • September

    14–15

    Battle Reenactment: 1777 Brown’s Raid

    Join Fort Ticonderoga for an exciting two-day battle re-enactment highlighting the epic 1777 Brown’s Raid! An attack led by patriot Colonel John Brown will take British troops garrisoning Fort Ticonderoga by surprise 247 years later during the upcoming real-life action adventure at Fort Ticonderoga.

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  • September

    20–22

    Twentieth Annual Seminar on the American Revolution 

    This annual premier conference focused on the military, political, social, and material culture of the American Revolution regularly features scholars from across North America and beyond. Attendees can participate in person or join the conference from home via the Fort Ticonderoga Center for Digital History.  Seminar Schedule Friday, September 20, 2024 8:00am-4:00pm “In the Footsteps […]

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  • October

    5

    Heritage, Harvest, and Horse Festival

    Fort Ticonderoga, surrounded by magnificent autumn backdrops of the Adirondacks and Green Mountains will present the Annual Heritage, Harvest, & Horse Festival on September 30, 2023.  The full day of autumn fun will be set in the midst of the King’s Garden heirloom apple trees and the beautiful landscape of the mountains and Lake Champlain. […]

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  • October

    19

    Girl Scout Day

    Scouts will participate in interactive and immersive programs, and explore the historic site, including the King’s Garden, Carillon Battlefield Hiking Trail, and the Heroic Corn Maze with a new 2024 design! Special guided tours and demonstrations will immerse scouts and adults in Fort Ticonderoga’s layer of epic history. The visit will include historic trades’ shops, […]

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  • October

    19

    Bon Voyage Cruise on Lake Champlain

    Join Fort Ticonderoga for its annual Bon Voyage Cruise on Lake Champlain!  Savor the fall scenic beauty and enjoy the captivating narration of historic highlights aboard the 60 ft Carillon tour boat.  Enjoy the spectacular fall foliage aboard the Carillon on its final cruise as it charts its course south for the winter. Discover the […]

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  • October

    20

    Virtual Author Series featuring Michael E. Shay

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. In The Whites of Their Eyes: The Life of Revolutionary War Hero Israel Putnam from Rogers’ Rangers to Bunker Hill, author Michael Shay recounts the life and times of Isreal Putnam, a larger-than-life general, a gregarious tavern keeper and […]

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  • November

    3

    Virtual Author Series featuring John William Nelson

    The Fort Ticonderoga Author Series features presentations by authors of books related to Colonial and Revolutionary War history. In Muddy Ground: Native Peoples, Chicago’s Portage, and the Transformation of a Continent, author John William Nelson charts the many peoples that traversed and sought power along Chicago’s portage paths from the seventeenth to the mid-nineteenth centuries, including Indigenous […]

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  • November

    9

    Living History Event: “The Enemy Are Refortifying Ticonderoga”

    This living history event explores British and American loyalist soldiers launching one last campaign to Ticonderoga in the fall of 1781. Highlighted programming throughout the day features the encampment of soldiers, sailors, and their eventual departure back north. Discover the network of scouts and spies through which the British government, the independent state of Vermont, […]

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  • November

    16–17

    Winter Workshop Series: Quilted Petticoats

    In this two-day workshop, examine details from surviving quilted petticoats, as well as period images and descriptions of these surprisingly common women’s garments. Begin your own worsted wool quilted petticoat, with your own period quilting pattern to secure the warm woolen batting that made these so popular for women in the 18th century.  

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  • December

    7

    Living History Event: “To Render This Place as Tenable as Possible”

    The Continental Army at Ticonderoga gave hope to this new nation with their victory over the British Army on October 28, 1776, beginning their long watch over the winter to come. In this one-day living history event, witness soldiers’ preparations to hold the line of liberty, maintaining their discipline through the hardships of winter and […]

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  • January

    25

    Virtual Material Matters: It’s in the Details

    The Fourteenth Annual “Material Matters: It’s in the Details” conference takes place virtually on January 25, 2025. We invite you to join us online for this conference on material culture spanning 1609-1815. This conference is only available online through Fort Ticonderoga’s Center for Digital History, streaming through Zoom. A laptop, tablet, or smartphone is required […]

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