“From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide, St Michael’s Mount is beckoning.
Striding the causeway, or crossing by boat. Treading medieval pathways or exploring sub-tropical gardens. Climbing to the castle or uncovering stories of harbour, legend and family home. Admire the views, hear the islanders’ tales and unearth a history that lives on in every step. Through time and tide the Mount creates moments to remember.”
"All carers are admitted free of charge with registered disabled visitors."
"We have four disabled parking bays in Slipway car park and 12 bays in Follyfield car park for registered disabled badge holders."General accessibility features:
Mobility accessibility features:
- Assistance animal welcome
- Disabled parking access
- Level or ramp access to front entrance
- Accessible toilet
"Ancient, rugged and steep, some parts of the island and castle can be tricky to navigate if you have limited mobility. Paths around the island are steep, cobbled and uneven with no handrails. Unfortunately, it’s not possible to take a wheelchair or pushchair up to the Mount summit."
Facilities on St Michael's Mount
"It’s easy for anyone to access all the village facilities. Ramps are available on request at the entrances to the shops, Island Café and Sail Loft. We have an access toilet situated on the east side of the island and on the harbour front."
"While the gardens are open, the lawn is accessible if you’re in a wheelchair. From here you can see up the cobbled path between the palms, towards the gardens. However, further exploration is limited because of the steep slopes and steps up to the summit."
Access on the boats and causeway
"Wheelchair users (with folding wheelchairs) can take the boat across to the Mount at high tide. However, access to both the mainland and harbour landing points has steps to negotiate.
If harbour steps will prove a challenge for you, it would be better to plan to use the causeway at low tide. It’s possible to bring wheelchairs over the causeway, although it is cobbled, so it can be difficult to navigate.
If you’re planning on bringing a wheelchair over to St Michael's Mount call us on 01736 710507 and we’ll be happy to discuss your needs."
"We currently have a four-wheel, single-seater, self-powered mobility vehicle or ‘tramper’ available for use around the village area of St Michael's Mount. A full demonstration will be given by a trained member of staff. The cost for using the vehicle is £2.50, which goes directly to Cornwall Mobility for the upkeep and maintenance of the tramper.
The motorised vehicle must be booked in advance as it is very much in demand."Vision Information:
"The ticket office can provide magnifiers for the partially sighted in all outlets."
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome to the village area and guide dogs are allowed up to and around the castle.Hearing accessibility features:
- Hearing loop or infrared assisted listening system
The ticket office also has an induction loop for the hard of hearing."