Category: Living History & Material Culture

Fort Ticonderoga Joins State and National Representatives from the Daughters of the American Revolution to dedicate America 250th Patriots Marker

Commemorations for the 250th anniversary of the American War for Independence are underway at Fort Ticonderoga. The museum has started developing plans and exploring partnerships at the state and national […]

Enhance Your Fort Ticonderoga Experience with NEW Behind-the-Scenes Programs

Enjoy exclusive, premium experiences through before and after-hour programs Fort Ticonderoga will offer guests exclusive opportunities to experience the epic history and incredible natural beauty at Fort Ticonderoga with new […]

Lively “Fête du Fort” Event Explores French History and Culture in the Champlain Valley Saturday, June 12, 2021

Join Fort Ticonderoga for a lively one-day celebration to taste French cuisine and explore the culture of the Champlain Valley! From Pâté to poutine, enjoy the best bistro bites from […]

Origin and Evolution of America’s Militia is the Focus of a New Major Exhibition at Fort Ticonderoga

Fort Ticonderoga unveils a major new exhibition “A Well Regulated Militia: Citizen, Soldier, and State” drawn from the museum’s unparalleled collection of artifacts from across the United States and beyond. […]