St Michael's Mount
An ancient castle fortress, sloping subtropical gardens, sweeping lawns, and a harbour village. What will you discover first? Open your eyes and ears to the stories that rise on the tide: from the Archangel Michael to Jack the Giant Killer. Pilgrims’ bare feet padding across the causeway. Soldiers’ heavy leather boots racing up to the battlements. The chant of monks’ prayer in the priory. Stride into the Mount’s past and unearth a rich vein of history that flows from prehistoric times.
Make the most of every Mount moment - picnic on the lawn, browse the island shops, eat and drink at one of the cafes or pop ups.
Please note: St Michael’s Mount is operating on a ticket only basis. St Michael’s Mount is a tidal island which means at low tide the causeway opens and all ticket holders can walk across to the island, but at high tide, visitors will need to book a boat. Dogs are not permitted on the island, but assistance dogs are welcome.
All tickets can be purchased online at www.stmichaelmount.co.uk
The St Michael's Mount garden will close for the season on Friday 3rd September and will not reopen again until spring 2022. The castle remains open and castle ticket holders will have accesss to the harbour, village, shops and cafes.
Ticket prices vary, but National Trust members are free. All tickets must be booked online and in advance of any visit. Please check carefully the open day schedule before planning your visit.