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Fort Ticonderoga

Built in 1755 and active during two wars, this 2,000-acre 18th-century fort features daily reenactments, gardens & a weapons collection

1-518-585-2821
102 Fort Ti Road
Ticonderoga, New York 12883
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Built in 1755 and active during two wars, this 18th-century fort features daily reenactments, gardens & a weapons collection. Every day promises to be an event as the 2,000-acre Fort Ticonderoga boasts to be the only site in America that tells a new story each year through dynamic historical interpretation and exhibitions, bringing to life its epic story daily as the key to the continent in the 18th-century.

 
Explore the year’s featured exhibit and discover the exciting stories of the largest collection of 18th-century cannons in North America. Experience the fort’s history by land and by water aboard the Carillon Cruise boat where you can take a tour around the Ticonderoga Peninsula or plot your own course with daily canoe rentals. Hike the Carillon Battlefield Trail, visit Mount Defiance, savor the beauty of the King’s Garden and so much more.

 
The historic fort hosts a plethora of events throughout its season which runs May-October (check website for exact dates).

 
Fort Ticonderoga is a pet friendly site to leashed animals; just be aware of receptacles and areas where animals are not permitted.
 
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