Information for visitors with limited mobility
Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with no handrails. It is not possible to take a wheelchair up to the castle on the summit and those with limited mobility may find the steepness and rugged terrain difficult to navigate. Sensible footwear is recommended.
All carers are admitted free of charge with registered disabled visitors.
We have 4 disabled parking bays in Slipway car-park and 12 bays in Follyfield car-park for registered disabled badge holders.
Facilities on St Michael's Mount
There is access to all the village facilities, with ramps available on request at the entrances to the shops, café and Sail Loft restaurant.
The garden lawn can be accessed with wheelchairs although further exploration is limited due to steps and steepness.
We have an access toilet situated toilets on the east side of the village.
Access on the Causeway & Boats
It is possible to bring wheelchairs over the causeway although the pathway is cobbled making it extremely difficult to navigate. Wheelchairs can be taken over in boats although access to both the mainland and harbour landing points have steps. We advise that any visitor planning on bringing a wheelchair over to St Michael's Mount calls 01736 710507 in advance to discuss their journey.
When the tide is in, the only access to St Michael's Mount is by boat.We strongly suggest that visitors who may struggle with the boat landings and access onto the boats (the boats can only accommodate folding wheelchairs) plan their visit to the Mount when the causeway is open.
Causeway opening times are clearly available on the website.
We currently have a Tramper, a 4-wheel, single seater, self powered mobility vehicle available at no cost to the visitor, for use around the village area of St Michael's Mount. A full demonstration will be given by a trained member of staff.
The motorised vehicle must be booked in advance as it is very much in demand. Call 01736 710265 to book.
We have a map available that outlines the access route.
At the Ticket Office, we have an induction loop for the hard of hearing and provide magnifiers for the partially sighted.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome to the village area and guide dogs are allowed up to and around the castle.
St Michael's Mount continually works to ensure that all visitors, no matter what their ability, can gain the most from their visit and have the best possible access to our facilities and services.
Our full access statement is available to download here but if you have any constructive feedback you would like to give us, regarding your experience at St Michael's Mount, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com