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Journey back to the eighteenth century and discover Fort Ligonier - a reconstructed and restored French and Indian War fort, with artillery batteries, cannons, wagons and buildings rebuilt on the original site. The Fort Ligonier Museum includes the French and Indian War Art Gallery with 14 original paintings, the outstanding George Washington Collection featuring his saddle pistols and memoirs, and an extraordinary exhibit, The World Ablaze: An Introduction to the Seven Years' War, with over 200 original eighteenth century objects from around the world.

Map

Amenities

General
  • Adult Admission: 12.00
  • Discounts Available:
    Children
    Seniors
    Groups
    Military
  • Free Wi-Fi:
  • Gift Cards/Certificates Available:
  • Gift Shop:
  • National Registry of Historic Places:
  • Public Restroom(s) Available:
  • Smoke Free Property:
  • Wheelchair Accessible:
Payment Methods Accepted
  • American Express:
  • Cash:
  • Check:
  • Discover:
  • MasterCard:
  • Paypal:
  • Visa:
Group
  • Average Tour Time:
    90 minutes
  • Comp for Driver:
  • Comp for Escort:
  • Group Send-Off:
  • Guided Tour:
  • Length of Program or Time for Visit:
    1 to 1 ½ hours
  • Min # for Group: 10
  • On-Site Parking:
  • Self-Guided Tour:
  • Shorter or Longer Tours Available:
  • Special Coach Driver Rate:
  • Special Coach Escort Rate:
  • Special Events:
  • Student Friendly:
  • Tours Available:
  • Welcome Greeting:
Meeting Amenities
  • Audio Visual:

Events

Apr 27

Scout Day

May 05

Free Museum Day in the Ligonier Valley

May 19

Learning History Through Art

May 25

18th Century Military Encampment

Jun 10

Fort Kids Camp: Week 1

Jun 29

Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra at the Fort

Jul 03

The Cannonball Club

Jul 15

Fort Kids Camp: Week 2

Aug 31

Living History Weekend

Dec 07

Colonial Christmas Cannonball Club