Pebble Art, Rockpool Explorer, Sea Shanty Sundays, Boats Ahoy & Storytelling with Something For All The Family! From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide St Michael's Mount is beckoning. Situated just 400 yards off Mount's Bay in Marazion, St Michael's Mount is an iconic Cornish landmark and one of the most popular tourist destinations in the South West. During the school holidays from 3 July to 26 August, St Michael's Mount is the place to be! With fabulous activities from Pebble Art to Exploring Rockpools and Kite Making Workshops, there is something for everyone, whatever their age!
And why not visit our brand new visitor centre, situated in The Barge House which opened on 14 June. It tells the story of the island – its history from Bronze Age to now, island life in the 21st century, and details the unique relationship of St Aubyn Estates and the National Trust. The focal point of the visitor centre is a bronze cast tactile model of St Michael's Mount created by local sculptural artist Tom Leaper. The model shows public routes, points of interest, topographical and geological reference points, and sits on a plinth at a height comfortable for those standing and also enables wheelchair users to get close enough to touch and experience the model.