Ticket information & prices

We're opening up on a gradual basis to manage numbers on the mainland and on the island itself.

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. We're sorry, but at this time we're not able to offer refunds or transfers on tickets.

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

Please note: We’re releasing tickets in blocks. The next block cover dates up until 23rd July.

For organised group 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


CastleGardenCombi (castle & garden)
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£7£6£13
Adult single£14
Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£21
Family (2 adults, 3 children)£35
Child over 5£7
Adult single£10
Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£16
Family (2 adults, 3 children)£26
Child over 5£6
Combi (castle & garden)
Adult single£24
Single adult family (1 adult, 3 children)£37
Family (2 adults, 3 children)£61
Child over 5£13

*Boat fare – adults including National Trust members: £2.50, under 18s: £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

You must book a boat ticket(s) in advance with your castle, garden or combi ticket, if it is required.

If your ticket time is during high tide, you need to buy a boat ticket – without one, you cannot access the island. If your ticket time is during low tide, you don’t need to buy a boat ticket and you can walk across to the island. All return boat tickets can be purchased on the island and do not need to be pre-booked.

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