Fort Ticonderoga has announced new opportunities for families visiting in July and August. The new Family Guided Tour will lead families through the fort grounds and provide a kid-friendly overview of the things to do during a visit. The Family Guided Tour takes place daily at 10:40 am and 1:40 pm.
In addition to the tour, Voyage to New France: A Family Adventure gives families a chance to work together to complete tasks as they explore Fort Ticonderoga and receive rewards for helping the soldiers with their daily duties. The interactions inspire creativity and help make history come alive. Voyage to New France allows families to step into New France in 1758 at Fort Carillon (later named Ticonderoga) and participate in hands-on activities guided by Historic Trades staff.
Fort Ticonderoga is a family destination with many attractions. General admission tickets include a full line-up of daily programs including more than 14 guided tours, thrilling weapons demonstrations, historic trades, and soldiers’ life programs. Visitors receive access to the museum exhibits, the King’s Garden, and Mount Defiance. Admission tickets have been extended to buy one day, visit the next day FREE.
For more information on other family friendly activities, visit Fort Ticonderoga’s website.
Photo of Fort Ticonderoga’s Hands-on Family Program provided.