The museum is situated next to the lower falls of the La Chute River. This charming brick building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is one of the few examples of High Victorian architecture in Ticonderoga. It also represents an important part of Ticonderoga’s industrial past, as it remains the sole remnant of the International Paper Co. pulp and paper complex which dominated this part of the village for over one hundred years. The museum, open to the public free of charge, acts as a Visitor’s Center for the Ticonderoga area and features exhibits, demonstrations, activities, models, tours, and videos related to the industrial history of Ticonderoga. During the summer, the Museum hosts a number of workshops for children and adults. The gift shop highlights the works of artisans and crafters.
Open daily 10AM to 4PM July 1st thru Labor Day; then weekends thru Columbus Day Weekend.
Located at the entrance to Bicentennial Park, Ticonderoga, NY 12883