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Easter Activities on St Michael's Mount

08 April 2019

Whether you are peering into a multi-coloured rock pool, celebrating with a traditional church service on the Mount or are looking forward to some family-friendly activities, you are in luck this Easter. Hosting a range of events for all generations to enjoy, Easter on the Mount is full of fun, fables and, of course, chocolate!

Curious Easter Hunt

Taking place between 10.30am and 4pm from 7th to 22nd April 2019, the whole family can take part in an irresistible Easter hunt. Wend your way around the harbour and village and learn about some of the fascinating people who have visited and lived on the Mount as you go. Along the way, make sure you keep your eyes peeled for clues that will lead you to your chocolatey reward!

Easter trail on St Michael's Mount - Kernow Chocolate

Easter Sunday Church Service

Keeping traditions alive, there will be a service held on Easter Sunday in the church here at St Michael’s Mount. Starting at 11.15am, the service will invite locals and visitors to come together and share a moment of joyful reflection.

Rockpool Explorer

On selected dates over April you can dive into the wonderful, underwater world of rockpools. Although, perhaps not literally. Led by Great Scott! Adventures Outdoors, you can learn all about the creatures that live in the pools around the causeway. You may even be able to meet some, too. Don some grippy shoes and let your imagination run wild. There’s no need to book in advance, just turn up on the day and get ready to unleash your sense of adventure.

Rockpooling with Great Scott! Adventures Outdoors on St Michael's Mount

Spellbinding Stories

Shrouded in myth and legend, St Michael’s Mount is the perfect place to be thrilled with tales of old. Between 7th and 25th April this Easter, our fantastic team of raconteurs will share with you some of our favourite stories from the Mount. From tales of mythical boatmen to ruthless giants, prepare to be captivated and enthralled as the team brings each story alive. Fact or fiction? We’ll let you decide.