Fort Ticonderoga

NEW! Explore Fort Ticonderoga’s epic story by water aboard the Carillon cruise boat!

Spend the day, discover the beauty, and experience the history at Fort Ticonderoga, located in the Adirondack Park of Upstate New York! Your adventure awaits as you discover Ticonderoga’s epic history by water and across the 2000 acre museum campus.  Step aboard Carillon Cruise boat to ride the wake of epic history on Lake Champlain surrounded by unspoiled natural beauty; visit the iconic restored fort, known as the “key to the continent” in the 18th-century and the site of America’s first victory of the Revolution; explore the historic landscape while you hike Carillon Battlefield or visit Mount Defiance; and savor the beauty of the King’s Garden where you roll up your sleeves and dig into centuries of horticulture alongside heritage breed chickens and cattle . Dig deeper into Ticonderoga’s history in museum exhibitions that highlight world-renowned collections or during one of the many daily programs, tours, or musket demonstrations. March along to the beat of the Fife & Drum Corps or thrill at the roar of cannon at battle reenactments. Family fun abounds in the seasonal  6-acre Heroic Corn  Maze with a new design, or paddling the La Chute River.  July and August features special children’s tours and hands-on activities.  The excitement continues into the evening with several behind-the-scenes tours and events including the highly acclaimed Guns by Night tour or sign up with the whole family to participate in the To Act As One United Body program to learn to march and drill as new recruits in 1775!  Be sure to stop by the Museum Store to purchase a gift of historic proportions and dine at America’s Fort Café featuring family-friendly garden to table cuisine, fresh from the King’s Garden, and regional beer and wine.

Fort Ticonderoga is open daily 5/9-10/18, 2015 from 9:30am- 5pm, and 10/19-11/1/15 from 10am-4pm. Visit rain or shine! Tickets can be purchased at or on site at the admissions booth. For more information on special events, tours, and battle re-enactments visit our website or call (518) 585-2821 to see what's happening throughout the season!

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Route 74 East, 100 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Ph: 518-585-2821
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Museums/Historic Sites , Children's Activities , Historic Forts , Attractions