Opening Times & Prices
All visits are dependent on weather and sea conditions.
ST MICHAEL'S MOUNT CASTLE, GARDENS AND ALL FACILITIES ARE CLOSED
UPDATED TUESDAY 24TH MARCH 2020
Following the further advice of the UK Government on Monday 23rd March, we have now closed the island entirely to the public. Please do not access the island or go on the rocks. Please respect the safety and wellbeing of our island community and essential staff during this difficult time, as we seek to minimise social contact and therefore help control the spread of the disease.
We want to thank our incredible team for their understanding and our visitors for their continued support. We hope to reopen our doors in the not too distant future.
Please check our website and social media channels for additional updates. We aim to continue to bring you news and stories from the Mount during this unforeseen closure period.
You can view our Frequently Asked Questions during this time here
2020 OPENING TIMES - PLEASE NOTE ABOVE CLOSURE NOTICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
Castle Opening Times: Sunday - Friday
22 March - 26 June, 10.30 - 17.00
28 June - 28 August, 10.00 - 17.30
30 August - 30 October, 10.30 - 17.00
Garden Opening Times
13 April - 26 June, 10.30 - 17.00 (Monday - Friday only)
2 July - 28 August, 10.00 - 17.30 (Thursday & Friday only)
3 September - 25 September, 10.30 - 17.00 (Thursday & Friday only)
Please note that we DO NOT OPEN on SATURDAYS.
Last entrance to the castle and garden is ONE HOUR BEFORE closing time
2020 Entry Prices - from 22 March 2020
|Single adult family||£17.00||£12.50||£26.00|
|Adult Groups (15+)||£10.50||X||£16.00|
|Child Groups (15+)||£5.00||X||£8.00|
|National Trust members||FREE||FREE||FREE|
|Ticket Type||Single Adult Family|
|Ticket Type||Adult Groups|
|Ticket Type||Child Groups|
|Ticket Type||National Trust Members|
Last entrance to the castle is 1 HOUR BEFORE castle closing time.
Last entrance to the garden is 1 HOUR BEFORE garden closing time.
St Michael's Mount Garden Opening days and times are limited to conserve and protect the dry stone terraces and narrow grass paths from too much wear and tear and erosion. The garden is planted to be enjoyed from the castle's south terrace, as well as from within.
Please note that Drone filming is not permitted on the island. Go to Press and Film Locations for guidelines.
At high tide during spring, summer, and autumn, frequent motorboats leave from landing points along the shore at Marazion for the Mount's ancient harbour. One way fares are £2.00 for adults and £1.00 for children. This cost is applicable to National Trust members as well as non-National Trust members. Go to By Boat for further detail.
At low tide access to the island is via the causeway. Setting out from Marazion Beach, it takes just minutes to walk across the ancient cobbled causeway that stretches from the mainland to the island. For details on crossing via the causeway visit our Causeway Opening Times
Family: 2 adults and up to 3 children. Single adult family: 1 adult and up to 3 children.
National Trust members: Please note that you must bring your valid National Trust membership card with you. We are no longer able to allow entrance to members who do not have their membership card with them. Please note that the car park is not owned or managed by the National Trust and car parking charges do apply to members.
National Trust gift cards and National Trust digital vouchers/gift cards cannot be redeemed at St Michael's Mount.
Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with no handrails, so sensible footwear is recommended. Unfortunately it is not possible to take wheelchairs and pushchairs up to the castle. Please view our Access Map for more information.
Dogs are welcome onto the island around the harbour and village areas, as long as they are kept on a lead and not left alone. However, they are not allowed into the castle, garden or grounds (including the castle paths). Guide dogs are an exception to this rule.