Garden - closed until spring 2022
The garden on St Michael’s Mount is now closed for the 2021 season.
This beautiful, fragile, terraced garden was designed in 1878 for Sir John St Aubyn, (later the 1st Lord St Levan ) and would have delighted his family of eleven people.
The garden still belongs to the St Aubyn family and in 2021 has welcomed and entranced over 100,000 visitors. However, it is now time for the four strong team of gardeners to repair and enhance the garden ready for next year. The granite cliff faces are also due their annual clean-up of extraneous weeds, bracken and brambles and the team will put their abseiling expertise to good use there. Skilled horticultural work in the narrow flower beds remains a top priority.
Thank you to those who have visited this year and we hope to welcome many visitors back in 2022.