Plan Your Visit
Storm the Fort.
|Senior Citizens (Ages 62+)||$12.00|
|Students (Ages 18-21)||$12.00|
|Active Military, Veterans & Law Enforcement||$8.00|
|Youth (Ages 4-17)||$8.00|
|Children (3 and under)||FREE|
|Fort Ligonier Association Members||FREE|
Fee includes admission to all galleries and exhibits in the museum.. Tours are self-guided. Fort staff and volunteers are available to answer questions. Group Tours and Programs led by a guide are available with advance reservations. Please email email@example.com or call 724.238.9701.
Time to Step Back in History.
Open December through March - Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays - Museum only.
The museum will be open Christmas Week - December 26, 27, 28, 29 & 30!
The museum will be closed on November 24, December 24, December 25, December 31, and January 1, 2023.
Make Fort Ligonier your headquarters
Fort Ligonier, with its British flags fluttering in the wind, proudly stands guard over the Laurel Highlands in the historic town of Ligonier. Situated along the nationally designated Laurel Highlands Scenic Byway, the Fort is just a short walk from dozens of specialty shops and restaurants.
Other local attractions include Idlewild & SoakZone, Linn Run State Park, Laurel Mountain Ski Area and other historic sites, including Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and the Flight 93 National Memorial. Just 50 miles from Pittsburgh and close to Greensburg, Latrobe, and Somerset Pennsylvania, Fort Ligonier is the perfect headquarters for a memorable adventure.
Fortify Your Experience
Motorcoach tours and organized groups are welcome at Fort Ligonier and are coordinated through our Education Department. Click here for information on group tours. All group tours (consisting of 20 or more people) must be reserved in advance by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724.238.9701.
Linchpins in a Clash of Empires
Fort Ligonier was a key stronghold in the French and Indian War, the North American theatre of the global Seven Years’ War between Great Britain and France along with associated American Indian allies. Discover how Fort Ligonier and other local sites helped shape the outcome of a worldwide conflict.