June 28, 2019 Amtrak Adirondack Customers to Receive Savings Up to 45% Off Train Tickets and Free 2-Day Passes to Fort Ticonderoga

Families, outdoor lovers, history buffs, and more can explore one of the world’s most historic and scenic sites

NEW YORK – It’s time to spend less and see more of what New York has to offer. In celebration of the 45th anniversary of the Adirondack train, New York residents and visitors can receive 45 percent off a companion ticket when they purchase a full-priced adult ticket on the Adirondack. Additionally, customers who show their Amtrak ticket to or from Ticonderoga, NY (station code FTC) at Fort Ticonderoga’s ticket office throughout July and August will receive free access to the numerous attractions and experiences on land and water at the iconic fort and historic site that dates back to the 18th century.

The Adirondack, with daily servicebetween New York City, through the lush wine country of the Hudson Valley to Montreal, has frequently been referred to as one of Amtrak’s most scenic routes. With these special savings, Amtrak is encouraging travelers to enjoy a must-see New York attraction with a comfortable, safe and affordable journey. No special purchase or ticket is required, but the Amtrak ticket is required to be within 10 days of the travel period.

Welcoming visitors since 1909, Fort Ticonderoga offers visitors 2,000 acres of historic landscape on Lake Champlain, and Carillon Battlefield, and the largest series of untouched Revolutionary War era earthworks surviving in America. Fort Ticonderoga helps bring epic chapters of history and signature stories to life through interactive programs and world-class museum exhibits, boat tours, living history events, special programs, lush gardens, Mount Defiance tours, hands-on family activities, hiking trails and more.

In addition, the Adirondack is part of the Trails & Rails program, an innovative partnership program with the National Park Service, that provides Amtrak passengers with educational opportunities to foster an appreciation of a selected region’s natural and cultural heritage and renews the long tradition of associating railroads with National Parks.

Only one free Fort Ticonderoga ticket is given for one Amtrak Adirondack ticket.This offer is also subject to any restrictions, blackouts and refund rules that apply to the type of fare purchased, a 25 percent cancellation fee may apply. Other terms and conditions apply.

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Jason Abrams

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About Fort Ticonderoga

Welcoming visitors since 1909, Fort Ticonderoga preserves North America’s largest 18th-century artillery collection, 2,000 acres of historic landscape on Lake Champlain, and Carillon Battlefield, and the largest series of untouched Revolutionary War era earthworks surviving in America. As a multi-day destination and the premier place to learn more about our nation’s earliest years and America’s military heritage, Fort Ticonderoga engages more than 75,000 visitors each year with an economic impact of more than $12 million annually and offers programs, historic interpretation, boat cruises, tours, demonstrations, and exhibits throughout the year, and is open for daily visitation May through October. Fort Ticonderoga is supported in part through generous donations and with some general operating support made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

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