Visiting the Adirondack & Lake George Regions?

Ticonderoga is centrally located and situated beautifully on Lake George and Lake Champlain. Fort Ticonderoga sits in an ideal location to launch your Adirondack vacation and beyond! Positioned at the northern part of Lake George and in the southern portion of the Adirondack Park, several wonderful and diverse experiences await you nearby and just a short drive away.

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Family having fun

Family Fun

Make memories at Fort Ticonderoga with engaging hands-on activities like our Gunner's Apprentice Program where you can learn about the daily life for soldiers and the science of artillery. Don’t forget to stop by America's Fort Café for fresh family-friendly dining!

  • Daily Musket & Cannon Demonstrations
  • Behind the Scenes Specialty Programs
  • Hands-On Activities
  • Guided Family Tours
  • Friendly Heritage Breed Animals
Museum display

Explore History

Experience Fort Ticonderoga and immerse yourself in a place where America made history! See our ever-changing premier museum exhibits that highlight the fort, unique perspectives on material culture, expansive 18th-century military collections, and more! 

  • Living History & Historic Trades
  • Featured Exhibit - Great Wars: Ticonderoga & World War I
  • Largest 18th-Century Artillery Collection in North America
  • Special Events & Re-enactments
Carillon boat

Outdoor Adventures

Discover our 2,000 acres of rich history, diverse landscapes, and stunning natural beauty offering activities for everyone in the family! Fort Ticonderoga is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise!

  • Carillon Boat Cruises - Cash Bar Available!
  • Beautiful King's Garden
  • Battlefield Hiking Trail
  • Mount Defiance Experience
  • Seasonal 6-Acre Heroic Corn Maze