• Hancock House

    Dedicated in 1926, The Ticonderoga Historical Society today manages this elegant structure as regional museum and reference library. This Georgian mansion is a replica of Thomas Hancock’s (Uncle to John Hancock) Beacon Hill residence in Boston and houses four floors of exhibits. Regional material on civic, social and economic elements including collections of photographs, artifacts and books are housed in the modern library at the Hancock House. Exhibitions in all mediums by regional artists are showcased in the Harmon Gallery. The Post Office Gift Shop has an excellent selection of regional publications, Staffordshire china and unique gifts. Open 10AM-4PM Wednesday-Saturday year-round.

    6 Moses Circle, Ticonderoga (Map A-4)

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