Heritage Museum: Ticonderoga Industrial History

Entrance to the Heritage Museum
See you next season!

Look for updates about our 2017 Grand Reopening, including early and late season weekend hours.  

Open DailyFrom Memorial Day until Labor Day
 10:00am-4:00pm

Come see our newest exhibit
Once Upon The River

Summer fun for kids at the Heritage Museum.

The industrial history of Ticonderoga can't be told without describing paper mills, graphite mining and pencils. The Heritage Museum preserves and interprets that history.  Housed in the "1888 building," the museum is the last remaining structure of the Ticonderoga Pulp and Paper Company that once covered the area now known as Bicentennial Park.

History of the Pencil Exhibit
The museum hosts historically accurate exhibits and creative children's workshops. The museum's displays and exhibits interpret the manufacturing techniques and the history of the International Paper Company, the American Graphite Company (makers of the famous Dixon-Ticonderoga pencils), and other industries of the area.

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The museum hosts a Heritage Visitors' Center along the Lakes to Locks passage, with information about local points of interest.