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Ticket information & prices

Opening times: Sunday to Friday from 9:30am until 5:00pm. Last entry time at castle and garden checkpoints is 4:00pm. Please note: the garden is closed on Sundays.

If you're planning to visit, there are a range of ticket options to choose from. All visitors must book a ticket online first. The castle and garden are ticketed separately. If you’d like to visit both areas, please book a combi ticket. 

Tickets will also give you access to the cafes, shops and harbour village.

We're sorry, but we're not able to offer refunds or transfers on tickets. Assistance dogs only.

For organised groups and educational visits, book a group ticket.

For further information and answers to any questions you might have about reopening, please take a look at our FAQs


 

CastleGarden (closed Sundays)Combi (castle & garden, unavailable on Sundays)
Adult single£14£10£24
Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£21£16£37
*Family (2 adults, 3 children)£35£26£61
Child over 5 (and under 18)£7£6£13
Castle
Adult single£14
Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£21
Family (2 adults, 3 children)£35
Child (5-17yrs)£7
Garden
Adult single£10
*Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£16
*Family (2 adults, 3 children)£26
Child (5-17yrs)£6
Combi (castle & garden)
Adult single£24
*Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£37
*Family (2 adults, 3 children)£61
Child (5-17yrs)£13

*Family discount will be applied at the checkout

Boat fare – adults including National Trust members: £2.50, child 5-17yrs: £1.50 and under 1s: Free.

National Trust members: please book your free admission tickets online. Boating tickets will need to be paid for if a boating ticket is required. Your membership type will be verified on arrival, so please book tickets according to numbers in your party and bring your membership cards with you on the day. The ownership of St Michael's Mount is shared between the National Trust and St Aubyn family (which also runs the visitor business). Ticket capacity is not just for National Trust members or paying visitors; it is shared between the two.

Wheelchair users: please book your free admission ticket, which will also admit a carer.

Boat tickets

At times when the causeway is closed and covered by the sea, all visitors (including National Trust members) are required to pay the boat fare to get to St Michael’s Mount.

Boat tickets will need to be added to your basket (when prompted), as part of the booking process if they are required to get to the island. When you want to leave St Michael’s Mount you can walk back to the mainland if the causeway is open, or purchase a return boat ticket from any of our island outlets on the day.

If you've already booked your tickets, but forgot to book a boat ticket, please book one as soon as possible in advance of your visit. 

Ticket release dates

Ticket blockRelease date
24 July – 13 AugustFriday 16 July
14 August – 3 SeptemberFriday 6 August
4 September – 24 SeptemberFriday 27 August
Tickets for 24 July – 13 AugustReleased Friday 16 July
Tickets for 14 August – 3 SeptemberReleased Friday 6 August
Tickets for 4 September – 24 SeptemberReleased Friday 27 August