Fort Ticonderoga

Make memories, rain or shine at Fort Ticonderoga! Find adventure in our events and exciting battle reenactments, march with the Fifes & Drums, learn historic trades, and more. Marvel at the stunning natural beauty across our 2,000 acres nestled in the Adirondacks overlooking Lake Champlain and the Greet Mountains of Vermont. Explore 10,0000 square feet of exhibit galleries showcasing our world-class collections, featuring the new exhibit “Ticonderoga; A Legacy.”

Meet our friendly heritage breed animals including chickens and oxen. Walk in the footsteps of legendary leaders Ethan Allen, Robert Rogers, Benedict Arnold, Henry Knox, and George Washington. Hear the crackles of musketry and boom of cannon during daily weapon demonstrations. In July and August, participate in an active NEW family program by helping soldiers with their daily duties, receive awards for completing the tasks!

Step aboard the Carillon tour boat and revel in panoramic vistas as you enjoy a regional beer or glass of wine. The onboard sonar will display visuals of shipwrecks below. Immerse your senses in the colors and scents of a unique American country estate in the King’s Garden.

This fall, explore the six-acre Heroic Corn Maze designed especially for Fort Ticonderoga! Find clues connected to Fort Ticonderoga’s story as you make your way through the maze. Open daily 8/10-8/25, and weekends 8/31-10/20, as well as Labor Day & Columbus Day. Use your flashlight to guide you through the corn maze at the Maze by Moonlight 10/25 & 10/26.

Be sure to stop by the Museum Store and dine at America’s Fort Café featuring family-friendly farm-to-fork table cuisine, fresh from the King’s Garden, and regional beer and wine.

Fort Ticonderoga is open daily 5/4/19-10/31/19 from 9:30am- 5pm. Buy one day admission, visit the next day FREE!

Visit for more information on special events, tours, and battle re-enactments or call (518) 585-2821. Your adventure awaits!

2019 admission prices:

Seniors (65+) $22

Adults (16+) $24

Children (5-15) $12

Children (4 and under) Free

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