A workshop on the Minack stage

Theatre & Gardens Visit

Advance booking essential

Two actors in raincoats looking through binoculars

What will I see?

Things to see and do when you visit us

A socially distanced audience watching a performance

Come to a show

Booking tickets and other useful information

An actor on a ladder peers over an iron gate

Accessibility

How can we help you with access needs

September sunrise

Got a question?

More information about your visit

Vibrant subtropical plant in the Minack gardens

The Minack gardens

A subtropical paradise on a Cornish cliff

The Terrace coffee shop

Eat and drink

Pasties, light takeaway meals and snacks available

Stands full of clothing and souvenirs

Souvenirs & gift vouchers

Visit the Emporium in the car park

Three actors in hippie costumes riding bicycles on The Minack stage

Getting here

Options for getting here by car, bus, taxi or bike

A crowd of actors in victorian costume recoil from a great metal monster from Mars

Be prepared!

Here are a few tips to make your visit more enjoyable

A man in a plaid coat drives a toy vintage car onto The Minack Stage, laughing delightedly

Parking and facilities

Our car park and locations of toilets

An old man sits on the stage with a life size collie puppet, talking to a woman who is gesticulating

Can I bring my dog?

Find out when you can bring your dog into the theatre

Three children in period costume, laughing together and all holding vegetables

Be our friend

Become a Friend of the Minack and support this special place

A wooden cart and some sacking

Sustainability

We are committed to protecting the environment

A still of the theatre from The Minack's 360º virtual tour

360º virtual tour

Take a virtual tour around The Minack

Silhouette of mine stacks at Botallack, at sunset

Explore the local area

Places to visit or stay near Porthcurno