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Rosslyn Chapel

1 Chapel Loan | Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin, Roslin EH25 9PT, Scotland
+44 131 440 2159
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Rosslyn Chapel, dating back to 1446, is just seven miles from Edinburgh city centre and is open to visitors all year. The Chapel's setting and the mysterious symbolism of its ornate stonework have attracted and intrigued visitors for generations. A starring role in The Da Vinci Code propelled it into the international spotlight. There are countless theories, myths and legends associated with the Chapel and our tour guides will be able to tell you more about these, and the building's history, when you visit. Please note that photography inside the Chapel is not allowed but there are no restrictions on outside photography. New visitor centre with touch-screen technology, letting you see the carvings close up; gift shop and good coffee shop. Full details of how to get here and what to see and do is on our website.
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1 Chapel Loan | Rosslyn Chapel, Roslin, Roslin EH25 9PT, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This is definatly worth a visit, if you are lucky with the weather, you can enjoy the view from outside the church. Also, if you've gone on a tour in the highlands, a trip to this chapel ties in wonderfully with this. Its super easy...More

Thank Ida B
Reviewed 6 days ago

I came here with my elderly parents, who were visiting from England (I have lived 3 miles away from the chapel for the last 10 years, although the last time I visited was during restoration works). I didn't think the entry fee had grown too...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Rosslyn chapel has so much to interest a visitor and has a unique connection in history to the Knights Templar and the Freemasons. It is claimed the name derives from Scottish Gaelic where Ros means ancient knowledge and Lyn means down the ages. One of...More

Thank beheaded c
Reviewed 1 week ago

Fantastic experience though its smaller than you think and I would expect in the summer it will be very busy. Not so much for under 10 year olds. Visiting in October there were few tourists and you get plenty opportunity to look around. Volunteer guides...More

Thank j0hnmac1314
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We both really enjoyed the trip to Rosslyn. There was really informative talk when we arrived and we had William the lovely chapel cat sit on our bench. We used the guide to find all the interesting carvings so it was a mini treasure hunt....More

Thank Catherine R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Great place to visit if you like history ... and if you are a Dan Brown fan. We are both and had a great time here! We happened to show up at the time that one of their tours started (no additional charge) and ended...More

Thank mesmith14
Reviewed 1 week ago

Story-telling in stone, this chapel is magnificent. If you liked Notre Dame, Chartres, St. Peter's, and Canterbury, you must check out this family chapel from the 15th century. What it might lack in scale it makes up in the quantity and quality of the sculptures....More

Thank Jason R
Reviewed 1 week ago

What's not to like here... The setting, the interactive facilities (do these before going to the chapel for some insight), then the chapel itself beautiful coloured sandstone carvings of the chapel outside and the most intricate carvings inside. We were here for two hours soaking...More

Thank spwait
Reviewed 1 week ago

This chapel is a delight - compact, but packed with carvings on a scale I've never seen before. It's history so entwined with the religious wars that scarred Britain in the Middle Ages/Reformation - it rise from the ashes of hundreds of years of decay...More

Thank Steve R
Reviewed 1 week ago

No visit to Scotland should be without the short trip south of Edinburgh to see this iconic building. If you are interested in history the chapel has it all, if you like enigmas the chapel has it, if just want to feel the atmosphere go....More

Thank Gerry H
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if you take Lothian service 37, marked 'for Roslin', that will bring you to the village and just a few minutes' walk from the Chapel. You can get a 37 from the city centre and the journey will take 45mins approx. Full travel... More
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Paul E
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Response from Lisa D | Reviewed this property |
Rosslyn chapel is about 5 miles south of Edinburgh, and you can take a Lothian bus (deep red tops) number 37 or 40 to get there. The A701 starts at the east end of Princes Street at North Bridge (on top of Waverley station... More
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