The One Small Town In New York With More Historic Buildings Than Any Other
By Christy Articola|Published August 31, 2022
Christy Articola has lived in Colorado since 2013 and considers herself a Centennial State enthusiast and expert through and through. She's based in Denver metro, but over the past decade, she has traveled to every corner, river, village, park, town, and city in the state and continues to explore it deeper and further whenever she can. Christy simply can't get enough of Colorado, and loves sharing all her adventures with you through Only In Your State! She graduated with a degree in journalism from Fordham University and is thrilled to be working as a full time travel writer for this and other sites - she finally found her perfect niche - and is so grateful for that.
Ticonderoga, New York, is a small town in a cool spot. It’s perched between two of New York’s most beautiful lakes – Lake George and Lake Champlain. In fact, its name is derived from the Haudenosaunee word for “between two waters.” Because of its unique location, Ticonderoga has had a very interesting history. Its population today is just under 3,500 people, but this small town played a big part in early American history. As a result, it should be no surprise to anyone that Ticonderoga has one of the highest concentrations of historic buildings in New York for a town of its size. Read on to learn more.