PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT - CASTLE & GARDEN CLOSED FRIDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER
Due to the predicted wind conditions, the castle and garden will be closed.
The ferry boats will be running when the causeway is covered and the village will be open, including both shops, the restaurant, cafe, and Barge House Visitor Centre.
From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide, St Michael’s Mount is beckoning.
Striding the causeway, or crossing by boat. Treading medieval pathways or exploring sub-tropical gardens. Climbing to the castle or uncovering stories of harbour, legend and family home. Admire the views, hear the islanders’ tales and unearth a history that lives on in every step. Through time and tide the Mount creates moments to remember. What will yours be?
Discover a very different day out… Whether it's a family trip, a holiday highlight, a personal daydream or a group visit, plan your visit today and find the St Michael’s Mount experience to make your own.
Island. Castle. Harbour. Legend. Home. Find out what’s happening Mount side…
Wander through Victorian terraces, where exotic plants cling to steep granite cliffs…
Take a walk along the causeway to St Michael’s Mount with wild food expert Emma Gunn. Be inspired by food located in the wild and get back to nature, learning what is edible along the coastal path and get a true taste of the bay.
From boatmen to schoolchildren, hear how life beats to its own drum.
Top Five Tips for Photographing the Mount
Top tips from local photographer, and expert at capturing all aspects of St Michael's Mount, Mike Newman.
As a tidal island we’re 500 metres from the mainland, but getting here is easy…
By car, by bus, by bike – choose how to get here, pull into the town and look out to our beautiful island, set in the sweep of Mount’s Bay.
Walk out across the cobbled causeway or hop aboard a boat and in minutes you’ll be here.
From guided tours to tide times, work out when to come and what to see to make the most of your visit.
Plan your visit