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Fort Ticonderoga is a bucket list destination! Find adventure in our events and exciting daily programs, weapon demos, special tours, battle re-enactments, Carillon Boat Cruises, hands-on family activities, and world-class museum exhibits. Enjoy the beautiful gardens, breathtaking views from Mount Defiance, and meet our friendly Heritage Breed animals. Be sure to have lunch at our farm-to-fork cafe! Open daily, May 4th–October 31st, 2019. 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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Enjoy a relaxing summer evening aboard the Carillon tour boat and revel in the region’s scenic beauty. Toast to the King’s health with a complimentary cocktail of soldiers’ rum punch as you discover Ticonderoga’s rich maritime history. Let stories of armed schooners to Prohibition-era rum runners fire your imagination during your trip on Lake Champlain […]See More
How heavy is an original 18th-century musket? How did the design of weapons change over the 18th century? How did the French arms industry invent the modern world? Get the answers to these and more questions with the Curatorial staff of the Fort Ticonderoga Museum in this special behind-the-scenes program. After you receive training in […]See More
Go beyond the battles to get the real story of life at Ticonderoga. From high crimes to petty bickering, serving at Ticonderoga was full of drama. Drunken soldiers, stolen wives, unsolved crimes, and attempted murder were sprinkled through the experiences of the men and women stationed at Ticonderoga from 1755 to 1781. Join Curator Matthew […]See More