Welcome to the official website for Rosslyn Chapel

Welcome to Rosslyn

Welcome to the official website for Rosslyn Chapel, one of Scotland's most remarkable buildings, which has been in the ownership of my family since its foundation in 1446 and which is still used today as a place of worship.

In 1995, we established the Rosslyn Chapel Trust, a charity to care for the Chapel by overseeing its ongoing conservation and public opening. By supporting Rosslyn Chapel through visiting or making a donation, you are helping us to look after this remarkable and unique medieval building for future generations to appreciate.

Thank you for your support.

The Earl of Rosslyn

Visiting the Chapel - open all year

Rosslyn In Autumn

Rosslyn Chapel is open all year.
We are currently open:
Monday-Saturday 09.30 - 17.00
Sunday 12noon - 16.45
Last admission 30 minutes before closing (we recommend between 1 and 2 hours for your visit).

For more details on what to see and do, admission prices, information for groups and families, our coffee shop, photography restrictions, access and directions please continue to visiting the Chapel.

Rosslyn Chapel,
Chapel Loan,
EH25 9PU
Tel: 0131 440 2159
Email: mail@rosslynchapel.com

Rosslyn Chapel Trust is a charity registered in Scotland number SC024324.

Rosslyn Chapel News

Junior Guides Programme gets underway Rosslyn Chapel's Junior Guides programme has begun for 2014/15.
23rd October 2014Continue

Five-star success for Chapel Rosslyn Chapel has become the fifth place in Scotland to be designated a five star historic attraction by VisitScotland.
9th October 2104Continue

Familiar sound rings a bell at the Chapel New technology helps the Chapel's bells to ring again
18th September 2014Continue

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'...amazing to have such an ornate building on our doorstep. I will definately be back.'
D. Wallace, Scotland
'Lovely to see the Chapel being used as a backdrop for drama productions. Great to see restoration of a beautiful and significant building.'
L. Pearson, Scotland