Assistance dogs only
charge including members
Toilets, café, island and courtyard shops. Parking on mainland at Marazion opposite St Michael's Mount (not National Trust). Dogs not permitted on the island, except assistance dogs.
Level access to food outlet
Level access to shop
Large print (guide or menu)
Powered mobility vehicle available
½ mile south of A394 at Marazion
Parking: There is parking for Mount visitors in the St Michael’s Mount Long Stay and Overflow car parks. These are not National Trust car parks. National Trust members and Blue Badge holders must pay for parking.
South West Coast Path within ¾ mile. Access to Mount on foot over the causeway at low tide only
Penzance 3 miles
Penzance to Helston or St Ives. All pass Penzance train station
NCN3, ¾ mile
From 1st April - 31st October when the tide is high access to the island is via boat. Boats will take passengers to and from the mainland from one of three landing points, Chapel Rock, Gwelva or Top Tieb. Boat landing directions will be clearly signposted upon arrival in Marazion. NT members must pay the one-way boat fee £2.50 adult £1.50 children under 18 (under 1’s free). Ferry boat tickets can be purchased on the St Michael's Mount website: www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk
The Mount is managed by both the National Trust and the St Aubyn family, working together. Latest news and updates for tickets and opening days can be found on St Michael's Mount's own website, here you can to find out more and to book your tickets.
Rocky island crowned by a medieval church and castle, still home to the St Aubyn family and a community of islanders.
A medieval church and castle which is still home to the ST Aubyn family.
Subtropical terraced garden
With spectacular views of Mount's Bay and the Lizard. The garden clings to the granite cliff face and for many it is astonishing that a garden exists at all.
Explore the iconic rocky island of St Michael’s Mount. Step inside the castle, stroll through the subtropical garden and soak up the spectacular views.
This estate cottage has an atmospheric living space with large windows and tall ceilings.
Combining 17th-century luxury with modern décor, this large manor provides a memorable stay.
A rustic converted barn near the coast but in the heart of the countryside - perfect for exploring West Cornwall.
A contemporary-styled holiday cottage surrounded by luscious Cornish countryside and a short walk from the coast.
Once a mining workshop, now a cosy cottage with timber-framed ceilings and sea views.
High on the slopes of the secluded Cot Valley, this old miner’s cottage is full of character.
Still home to the St Aubyn family as well as a small community, this iconic rocky island is crowned by a medieval church and castle - with the oldest buildings dating from the 12th century.
Immerse yourself in history, wonder at the architecture and discover the legend of Jack the Giant Killer.
Visit the subtropical terraced garden and enjoy the breathtaking views of spectacular Mount's Bay.
Enjoy the walk across the causeway to reach the island at low tide, or if the tide is in, take a short evocative boat trip across.
Occasionally St Michael's Mount closes due to inclement weather. Before setting out on your journey always check the St Michael's Mount website for the most up to date information. Please book your Castle and/or Garden ticket in advance to avoid disappointment.
Perched on top of a rocky island, the gardeners at St Michael’s Mount use abseiling gear to weed and strim the cliff face garden hanging up to 50 metres above the sea.
The Mount is managed by both the National Trust and St Aubyn family, working together. This unique partnership supports the Mount's vibrant island community, continuing a remarkable legacy.