To get the full experience, you should plan to stay at least 3-4 hours for your visit.
Upon arrival, show your credentials to the Guest Service team at the Admissions Booth and proceed to the Log House Welcome Center Guest Services Desk to receive your Press Pass and media packet. Notify Guest Services Staff that you are expected. They will contact the appropriate staff to meet you.
Fort Ticonderoga includes 2000 acres of landscape including the restored fortification, museum exhibitions, Carillon boat cruises, interpretive spaces and historic trades, Carillon Battlefield, King’s Garden and outlying gardens, Lake Champlain Shoreline and the Heroic Corn Maze areas. Outlying areas include Mount Defiance.
Fort Ticonderoga has a robust exhibition program.
Explore the exquisite King’s Garden to see Fort Ticonderoga’s beautiful preservation story in living and vibrant color. Enjoy additional gardens located outside the walls.
Fort Ticonderoga’s Electronic Press Kit can be found here.
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