Fort Ticonderoga

Address 100 Fort Ti Road
Ticonderoga, NY 12883
Phone (518) 585-2821
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Hours May-Oct. 19, 2014, daily 9:30-5
Themes Arts & Culture, Natural History, Revolutionary War
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At the outbreak of the Revolutionary War, Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold realized that the British Fort Ticonderoga made an easy target for the American rebels. They captured the fort in 1775 with a band of Green Mountain Boys, only weeks after Lexington and Concord, making it America`s first victory in the Revolution. Visitors can tour the restored fort, research library, museum galleries, and acres of beautiful land overlooking Lake Champlain. Daily artillery demonstrations and frequent reenactments.

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