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St. Michael's Mount

Kings Road, Marazion TR17 0EJ, England
+44 1736 710507
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  • Very good26%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
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“low tide” (259 reviews)
“national trust” (269 reviews)
“steep climb” (132 reviews)
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Kings Road, Marazion TR17 0EJ, England
+44 1736 710507
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Reviewed today

As the tide was in, we were unable to use the walkway but the boats are only £2 each way, the entrance fee £9.95 each, so it is relatively cheap. (Tickets for castle/gardens can not be bought before 1030). It was worth the walk to...More

Thank Christhecaterer44
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Don't be fooled by the costly boat trips. It costs £2 each way to get to The Mount from the mainland (Marazion) and then its free to walk around with if you're a National Trust member. Such a beautiful place to walk around and the...More

1  Thank Sodyathen
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to visit for everyone. If the Tides out walk across the jetty to enjoy the approach up or take the boat when the Tides in. The gardens are beautiful but are only open at certain times so plan you're trip if you wish...More

1  Thank HobbitHJ
Reviewed yesterday

Checked on the time of the tides so were able to walk out on the causeway and travelled back by boat at a cost of £2.00. Much more to see and experience than I imagined. Lots of history and the climb to the top is...More

1  Thank Billhartsia
Reviewed yesterday

St Michael's mount is an experience not to be missed! We walked across the causeway at low tide and took the ferry (£2.00) several hours later. We decided to visit the castle first before it got too full. It's quite a climb but there is...More

1  Thank Kenneth N
Reviewed yesterday

A really pleasant day out. Enjoyed walking across while the tide was out and exploring the gardens gift shops as well as the house

1  Thank Gemma S
Reviewed 2 days ago

Enjoyed looking around here but you do need 2 days to do this as the gardens are vast. Would recommend this.

1  Thank emmastansbury
Reviewed 3 days ago

tide was out so we walked over nice day but a bit windy its a long walk up to the top some of the steps are rough some broken very steep but very well worth the effort, wow what a view and the chapel well...More

1  Thank nigel l
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Really enjoyed this, loads of history enjoyed even the kids loved it and we didn't think it would be as there 7 & 4 but the had a real good day, would Deffo go back!!

1  Thank Banky11
Reviewed 4 days ago

What a place . Beautiful gardens and castle. Amazing friendly staff and the ferry men just lovely. Car parking cheap as chips and again the staff wonderful.mmadena nice day fantastic. Thank you .

1  Thank gbeachkidz
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Looking at going to St Michaels Mount, are there places to sit and have a picnic and chill for a while?
2 May 2017|
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Response from carolinek789 | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There are lots of places to picnic either on the island itself or sitting looking at the island. There are picnic tables in a walled "field" just as you go onto the island which is nice and sheltered or you can sit just... More
Do you need wellies to walk over the causeway?
25 April 2017|
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Response from Steven S | Reviewed this property |
For goodness sake do NOT walk across the causeway when there is water that is idiotic and careless! Make sure the tide is totally out before you attempt to walk. The tide times are clearly advertised on websites and in the... More
Joanne C
Which car park is most convenient to park at for boat ? What post code do I use. Tks so looking forward to visiting tomorrow
19 April 2017|
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Response from Kathryn R | Reviewed this property |
The car park is just across from it & the postcode we used was TR17 OHS You have to pay for the car park but you can walk over if the tide is out, if not the boat is only £2 per adult each way. Have a lovely day :)