Just seven miles from Edinburgh's city centre, Rosslyn Chapel is easily accessible, whether travelling by car, bus, bicycle or on foot.
The Chapel is located within the village of Roslin, off A701. Look out for the brown tourist signposts as you approach the village. There is free parking at the Chapel.
There is a good bus service every day to Roslin village and the Chapel is just a few minutes' walk from the bus stop at the Original Rosslyn Hotel. Lothian Buses service 15 is ideal if you are travelling from Portobello, Milton Road, Edinburgh city centre, Bruntsfield or Morningside; service 40 is ideal if you are travelling from Portobello, Musselburgh, Dalkeith, Bonnyrigg, Loanhead or Penicuik.
Full details and timetables are available at www.lothianbuses.com
If you plan to walk to the Chapel, this website gives very good directions (and even tells you how many calories you will use on your walk!) - www.walkit.com
The Chapel is included in the route of the 'St Ninian Journey', linking Edinburgh to Whithorn. For details of the route, please click here. The St Ninian Journey is one of six Pilgrim Journeys devised by Scotland's Churches Trust.
Set in rural Midlothian, it is easy to cycle to visit the Chapel and there are bike racks in the main car park. For more information on cycling and cycle routes in the area, click here.
Tours to Rosslyn Chapel
A number of companies offer tours to the Chapel, also visiting other sites, with various pick-up points in Edinburgh.
Full details of tours and prices are available from each company -
Border Journeys - www.bordersjourneys.co.uk
Heart of Scotland Tours - www.heartofscotlandtours.co.uk
Highland Experience Tours - www.highlandexperience.com
Rabbie's - www.rabbies.com
Real Scottish Journeys - www.realscottishjourneys.com
Scotline Tours - www.scotlinetours.co.uk
Timberbush Tours - www.timberbush-tours.co.uk