Fort Ticonderoga

July 16, 2004

In July Joan and I visited Fort Ticonderoga because of the historical value. We also went there as part of our honey moon in 1973. Fort Ticonderog is located in NY.

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Visit the Fort Ticonderoga National Historic Landmark and come away with a deeper understanding of American history from the French and Indian War and Revolutionary War periods of the 18th century

 Each year over 90,000 people from throughout the world are welcomed to Fort Ticonderoga, a not-for-profit administered by the Fort Ticonderoga Association.

The Fort is much more than a restored military fortress. Your visit will include rich and varied offerings including costumed interpreters, 30-minute guided tours, a world class museum, daily musket demonstrations, and self-guided tours of the Fort

In July and August the Fife & Drum Corps offer lively and colorful daily performances and demonstrate cannon firings. Family education programs are also offered daily during July and August and on weekends at other times. The King's Garden, a c. 1920s pleasure garden is open to visitors from mid June – early October.


Last modified: September 19, 2004