Route 74 E
100 Fort Ti Rd
Ticonderoga , NY 12883
Main Contact: Beth Hill
Fort Ticonderoga is more than just a restored war fort. It's a premier tourist destination in New York. The Fort, a family fun outdoor location for all ages, offers visitors an array of special events, weekly activities, demonstrations and much more!
Visit Fort Ticonderoga and experience some of the greatest moments of America's history! Fort Ticonderoga is the site of strategic military significance in the 18th century, landmark preservation in the 19th century, and monumental restoration in the 20th century. Today, Fort Ticonderoga is an independent non-profit educational organization, a thriving learning campus, a museum, and a major cultural destination in one of America's most beautiful settings.
Fort Ticonderoga sits on 2,000 acres of picturesque landscape alongside Lake George and Lake Champlain. Visitors of all ages can become fully immersed in the site's epic story through daily activities, weapons demos, museum exhibits and beautiful gardens. Recreational activities that highlight Fort Ticonderoga's rich historic landscape include a scenic battlefield hiking trail and canoe rentals that provide a unique perspective of the Fort's story and exquisit natural beauty.
Open rain or shine May 9th, 2015- October 18th, 2015, there's something for everyone at America's Fort™!
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When: Today until Mon, May 25, 2015 at 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Where: Fort Ticonderoga, 100 Fort Ti Road, Ticonderoga, NY
Cost: $17.50 adults, $16 seniors (65+), $8 children (5-12), FREE for children 4 and under
We salute the service of the armed forces of the United States on the grounds where so many American soldiers fought and sacrificed. Parade into Fort Ticonderoga behind the Fife and Drum Corps, stepping back in time to look at the soldiers of the American Revolution. See Fort Ticonderoga at the beginning of the American Revolution in 1776; a hive of activity as citizens turned soldiers take up pick and ax, hammer and saw to rebuild this old French Fort from the French and Indian war. All day long watch these new soldiers in the Continental Army ply their civilian trades to help build this military outpost.