Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for two general admissions, including corn maze admission (up to $35 value)
- $38 for four general admissions, including corn maze admission (up to $70 value)
Visitors to Fort Ticonderoga explore living history programs, a historic landscape, and museum exhibitions that provide a glimpse into its epic history.
Fort Ticonderoga is open daily for general admission from 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m. until October 18, and 10 a.m.–4 p.m. October 19–November 1. The corn maze is open weekends September 5–October 18, 2015 as well as Labor Day & Columbus Day, and features a six-acre field of corn whose pathways carve it into the shape of the Fort. Clues connected to the Fort’s history help guide adventurers through.
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect child or senior discounts. Children 4 and under are admitted free.
Fort Ticonderoga and its surrounding grounds are like one big history book. Following its construction by the French in 1755, the strategic military outpost was conquered first by the British and then by American forces—marking one of their earliest victories during the Revolutionary War. After independence was secured, Fort Ticonderoga became one of the country's earliest tourist destinations, and one that continues to draw visitors today with family fun activities. Visitors spend their day discovering the beauty and experiencing the history of Fort Ticonderoga. A new exhibit, The Last Argument of Kings, explores rare surviving examples of artillery that saw action at Fort Ticonderoga.
- Size: 2,000 acres surrounded by mountains and the waters of Lake Champlain and Lake George
- Eye Catcher: the staff, who portray the life of American and British soldiers of 1777
- Permanent Mainstays: 18th-century weapons including America's largest 18th-century cannon collection, everyday objects from soldiers, large collection of 18th and 19th-century art.
- Crown Jewel: the King's Garden, where flowers surround brick walls and walkways, off of which shaded tables let patrons enjoy a quiet picnic
- The Building: the main exhibitions occupy 10,000 sq. ft. of a restored 1777 soldiers' barrack
- Outdoor Activities: walk a trail up Mount Defiance for a birds-eye view of the fort or rent a canoe to view it from the water
- Carillon Boat Tour: tour the historic Lake Champlain by booking a 90-minute cruise aboard the Carillon for an additional fee
- Special Events: living history events and the Heritage Harvest and Horse Festival