FREE entry to the harbour village, shops, cafe and gallery from 01 October and 30 April

Getting here

St Michael’s Mount lies in the waters of Mount’s Bay, off the coast of Marazion. An ancient tidal island, it’s connected to the mainland by a cobbled causeway.

If you’re planning a trip to the Mount, you may need to catch one of our boats, which run regularly from Marazion when the tide is too high to cross by foot. If a boat is necessary for the times you’ll be crossing to the island, a boat ticket banner will automatically appear during the booking process. National Trust members are required to pay the boat fare when booking, but not the island admission fee.

Finding us

St Michael’s Mount sits in Mount's Bay, just off the coast from the town of Marazion.

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Car parks

The St Michael’s Mount and Long Stay Marazion car park is marked on the map. During busy periods,…

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St Michael’s Mount is a tidal island, connected to the mainland by an ancient, cobbled causeway.

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Make your journey across the sea: travel to and from St Michael’s Mount by boat. 

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