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Public Admission

Family discount is applied at the checkout.

Events

Castle Admission - Spring (24 March -30 April) Castle Admission - Spring (24 March -30 April) This ticket provides access to the castle.   It is free to access the village and the facilities on the island at this time of year. Walking to the island is free but when the...

This ticket provides access to the castle.  

It is free to access the village and the facilities on the island at this time of year. Walking to the island is free but when the tide is in your will need to purchase a boat ticket online or from a member of our team. Causeway times can be found here.  

Please note: Ancient, rugged and steep, some parts of the island and castle can be tricky to navigate. Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with intermittent handrails. There are unguarded edges and steep drops. Sensible footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to take a wheelchair or pushchair up to the Mount summit. Please see our Accessibility Statement here

ARRIVAL TIMES 

Your ticket time is your arrival time on the island. Access to the castle can be any time after this. Please allow 25 minutes to reach the island from the mainland car park.  

 

BOATING 

Boat tickets can be purchased in advance on our website. All boat tickets are one way only. Tickets to return to the mainland can be purchased on the island from a member of our team. 

 

PARKING 

All visitors should use The St Michael’s Mount and Long Stay Marazion car park. During busy periods, there is an overflow car park opposite which you will be directed to. The postcode for Satnav is TR17 0EG and it may be marked as Folly Field on some maps. 

This is an ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) car park, and charges are also payable for National Trust members and disabled badge holders. 

 

LAST ADMISSIONS 

Last admission to the island is 15:45. 

 

FAQS 

Have any questions? Please check out the FAQ section on our website. Our privacy policy can be found here

 

DRESS CODE 

The castle is Lord and Lady St Levan’s family home and a place of worship. All visitors are required to dress appropriately including wearing a top and shoes. Those dressed in swimwear, wetsuits and revealing clothes will not be allowed to enter the castle. Sturdy footwear is advised as the island has uneven, cobbled terrain; we do not advise flip flops for a safe and comfortable visit. 

 

DOGS 

Dogs or other pets are not allowed onto the island between from 1st April and 30th September including the harbour and village (other than assistance dogs). Dogs are welcome in the village area outside of these times. See our dog policy for further information. 

If you require an assistance dog please email us at enquiries@stmichaelsmount.co.uk to let us know in advance of your visit and bring with you your paperwork and harness/jacket/collar for your dog to wear during your visit.  

 

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Combination Ticket - May to August only Combination Ticket - May to August only This ticket provides access to the castle and garden.   Island access is with an admissions ticket only at this time of year. Walking to the island is free but when the tide is...

This ticket provides access to the castle and garden.  

Island access is with an admissions ticket only at this time of year. Walking to the island is free but when the tide is in your will need to purchase a boat ticket online or from a member of our team. Causeway times can be found here.  

Please note: Ancient, rugged and steep, some parts of the island and castle can be tricky to navigate. Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with intermittent handrails. There are unguarded edges and steep drops. Sensible footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to take a wheelchair or pushchair up to the Mount summit. Please see our Accessibility Statement here

ARRIVAL TIMES 

Your ticket time is your arrival time on the island. Access to the castle can be any time after this. Please allow 25 minutes to reach the island from the mainland car park.  

 

BOATING 

Boat tickets can be purchased in advance on our website. All boat tickets are one way only. Tickets to return to the mainland can be purchased on the island from a member of our team. 

 

PARKING 

All visitors should use The St Michael’s Mount and Long Stay Marazion car park. During busy periods, there is an overflow car park opposite which you will be directed to. The postcode for Satnav is TR17 0EG and it may be marked as Folly Field on some maps. 

This is an ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) car park, and charges are also payable for National Trust members and disabled badge holders. 

 

LAST ADMISSIONS 

Last admission to the island is 15:45. 

 

FAQS 

Have any questions? Please check out the FAQ section on our website. Our privacy policy can be found here

 

DRESS CODE 

The island is Lord and Lady St Levan’s family home and a place of worship. All visitors are required to dress appropriately including wearing a top and shoes. Those dressed in swimwear, wetsuits and revealing clothes will not be allowed to enter the castle. Sturdy footwear is advised as the island has uneven, cobbled terrain; we do not advise flip flops for a safe and comfortable visit. 

 

DOGS 

Dogs or other pets are not allowed onto the island between 18th March and 30th September including the harbour and village (other than assistance dogs). See our dog policy for further information. 

If you require an assistance dog please email us at enquiries@stmichaelsmount.co.uk to let us know in advance of your visit and bring with you your paperwork and harness/jacket/collar for your dog to wear during your visit.  

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Castle Admission - Summer (1 May -30 September) Castle Admission - Summer (1 May -30 September) This ticket provides access to the island and castle.   Island access is with an admissions ticket only at this time of year. Walking on the causeway is free but when the tide...

This ticket provides access to the island and castle.  

Island access is with an admissions ticket only at this time of year. Walking on the causeway is free but when the tide is in you will need to purchase a boat ticket online or from a member of our team. Causeway times can be found here.  

Please note: Ancient, rugged and steep, some parts of the island and castle can be tricky to navigate. Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with intermittent handrails. There are unguarded edges and steep drops. Sensible footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to take a wheelchair or pushchair up to the Mount summit. Please see our Accessibility Statement here

ARRIVAL TIMES 

Your ticket time is your arrival time on the island. Access to the castle can be any time after this. Please allow 25 minutes to reach the island from the mainland car park.  

 

BOATING 

Boat tickets can be purchased in advance on our website. All boat tickets are one way only. Tickets to return to the mainland can be purchased on the island from a member of our team. 

 

PARKING 

All visitors should use The St Michael’s Mount and Long Stay Marazion car park. During busy periods, there is an overflow car park opposite which you will be directed to. The postcode for Satnav is TR17 0EG and it may be marked as Folly Field on some maps. 

This is an ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) car park, and charges are also payable for National Trust members and disabled badge holders. 

 

LAST ADMISSIONS 

Last admission to the island is 15:45. 

 

FAQS 

Have any questions? Please check out the FAQ section on our website. Our privacy policy can be found here

 

DRESS CODE 

The castle is Lord and Lady St Levan’s family home and a place of worship. All visitors are required to dress appropriately including wearing a top and shoes. Those dressed in swimwear, wetsuits and revealing clothes will not be allowed to enter the castle. Sturdy footwear is advised as the island has uneven, cobbled terrain; we do not advise flip flops for a safe and comfortable visit. 

 

DOGS 

Dogs or other pets are not allowed onto the island between 1st April and 30th September including the harbour and village (other than assistance dogs). See our dog policy for further information. 

If you require an assistance dog please email us at enquiries@stmichaelsmount.co.uk to let us know in advance of your visit and bring with you your paperwork and harness/jacket/collar for your dog to wear during your visit.  

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Garden Admission - May to August only Garden Admission - May to August only This ticket provides access to the garden.   Island access is with an admissions ticket only at this time of year. Walking on the causeway is free but when the tide is in you...

This ticket provides access to the garden.  

Island access is with an admissions ticket only at this time of year. Walking on the causeway is free but when the tide is in you will need to purchase a boat ticket online or from a member of our team. Causeway times can be found here.  

Please note: Ancient, rugged and steep, some parts of the island and castle can be tricky to navigate. Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with intermittent handrails. There are unguarded edges and steep drops. Sensible footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to take a wheelchair or pushchair up to the Mount summit. Please see our Accessibility Statement here

ARRIVAL TIMES 

Your ticket time is your arrival time on the island. Access to the castle can be any time after this. Please allow 25 minutes to reach the island from the mainland car park. 

  

BOATING 

Boat tickets can be purchased in advance on our website. All boat tickets are one way only. Tickets to return to the mainland can be purchased on the island from a member of our team. 

 

PARKING 

All visitors should use The St Michael’s Mount and Long Stay Marazion car park. During busy periods, there is an overflow car park opposite which you will be directed to. The postcode for Satnav is TR17 0EG and it may be marked as Folly Field on some maps. 

This is an ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) car park, and charges are also payable for National Trust members and disabled badge holders. 

 

LAST ADMISSIONS 

Last admission to the island is 15:45. 

 

FAQS 

Have any questions? Please check out the FAQ section on our website. Our privacy policy can be found here

 

DRESS CODE 

The island is Lord and Lady St Levan’s family home and a place of worship. All visitors are required to dress appropriately including wearing a top and shoes. Those dressed in swimwear, wetsuits and revealing clothes will not be allowed to enter the castle. Sturdy footwear is advised as the island has uneven, cobbled terrain; we do not advise flip flops for a safe and comfortable visit. 

 

DOGS 

Dogs or other pets are not allowed onto the island between 31st March and 30th September including the harbour and village (other than assistance dogs). See our dog policy for further information. 

If you require an assistance dog please email us at enquiries@stmichaelsmount.co.uk to let us know in advance of your visit and bring with you your paperwork and harness/jacket/collar for your dog to wear during your visit.  

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Castle Admission - Autumn (October) Castle Admission - Autumn (October) This ticket provides access to the castle.     It is free to access the village and the facilities on the island at this time of year. Walking to the island is free but when...

This ticket provides access to the castle.  

 

It is free to access the village and the facilities on the island at this time of year. Walking to the island is free but when the tide is in your will need to purchase a boat ticket online or from a member of our team. Causeway times can be found here.  

Please note: Ancient, rugged and steep, some parts of the island and castle can be tricky to navigate. Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with intermittent handrails. There are unguarded edges and steep drops. Sensible footwear is recommended. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to take a wheelchair or pushchair up to the Mount summit. Please see our Accessibility Statement here

ARRIVAL TIMES 

Your ticket time is your arrival time on the island. Access to the castle can be any time after this. Please allow 25 minutes to reach the island from the mainland car park.  

 

BOATING 

Boat tickets can be purchased in advance on our website. All boat tickets are one way only. Tickets to return to the mainland can be purchased on the island from a member of our team. 

 

PARKING 

All visitors should use The St Michael’s Mount and Long Stay Marazion car park. During busy periods, there is an overflow car park opposite which you will be directed to. The postcode for Satnav is TR17 0EG and it may be marked as Folly Field on some maps. 

This is an ANPR (automatic number plate recognition) car park, and charges are also payable for National Trust members and disabled badge holders. 

 

LAST ADMISSIONS 

Last admission to the island is 15:45. 

 

FAQS 

Have any questions? Please check out the FAQ section on our website. Our privacy policy can be found here

 

DRESS CODE 

The castle is Lord and Lady St Levan’s family home and a place of worship. All visitors are required to dress appropriately including wearing a top and shoes. Those dressed in swimwear, wetsuits and revealing clothes will not be allowed to enter the castle. Sturdy footwear is advised as the island has uneven, cobbled terrain; we do not advise flip flops for a safe and comfortable visit. 

 

DOGS 

Dogs or other pets are not allowed onto the island between 1st April and 30th September including the harbour and village (other than assistance dogs). Dogs are welcome in the village area outside of these dates. See our dog policy for further information. 

If you require an assistance dog please email us at enquiries@stmichaelsmount.co.uk to let us know in advance of your visit and bring with you your paperwork and harness/jacket/collar for your dog to wear during your visit.  

 

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Family discount is applied at the checkout.

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