Fort Fever Series: Lake Champlain's Age of Steam

Lake Champlain’s Age of Steam

Join Director of Academic Programs, Rich Strum, for a program about the age of steam on Lake Champlain. From the first steamer that plied the waters of Lake Champlain in 1809 to the Ticonderoga that ceased operation in 1953, dozens of steamers moved passengers and freight up and down the lake, connecting communities and bringing early tourists to the region.

Tickets are $10 per person. Free admission is offered to Fort Ticonderoga Members and Ticonderoga Ambassador Pass Holders.