22 May 2019|
Rosslyn Chapel cat, William, unveils the latest product in the Chapel’s gift shop. Developed in partnership with Alloa-based company Kelso
16 May 2018|
One of Midlothian’s most historic buildings has been reopened by The Countess of Rosslyn, following the completion of a programme
9 May 2018|
Experts from Historic Environment Scotland (HES) have visited the Chapel to carry out a laser scan of parts of the
24 April 2018|
A unique opportunity to stay at the 17th-century Rosslyn Castle during the Edinburgh Festival is one of the prizes in
10 April 2018|
Tickets are now on sale for an opera, taking place in Rosslyn Chapel on 2nd July, when Raucous Rossini will
26 March 2018|
Rosslyn Chapel is open to visitors as usual during the Easter holidays, Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 5pm and Sunday
23 March 2018|
William the Chapel Cat is hoping to encourage more people to explore Rosslyn Chapel this spring by appearing in a
8 March 2018|
Although Rosslyn Chapel had to close to visitors for a couple of days during the recent severe weather, it provided
4 March 2018|
Following the extreme weather, Rosslyn Chapel reopened to visitors on Saturday 3 March. All paths leading to the Chapel and
Rosslyn Chapel is open throughout the year. From June to August, our opening times are:
09.30 – 18.00 (last admission 17.30)
12 noon – 16.45 (last admission 16.15)
Most visitors spend between 1 and 2 hours on site so please allow enough time for your journey and visit.
Please check the news section for any temporary changes to opening times.
Please click on the tabs above for opening times in different months.
Rosslyn Chapel is open to visitors throughout the year. From January to May, our opening times are:
09.30 – 17.00 (last admission 16.30)
Rosslyn Chapel is open throughout the year. From September to December, our opening times are:
The Chapel and visitor centre will be closed to visitors on 24 and 25 December (reopening on 26 December) and then 31 December and 1 January (reopening on 2 January).
Our new access guide is now on the website
Activities and resources for learners of all ages. Explore life in the Middle Ages, solve some of our mysteries or create art inspired by this unique site.
Find out about our summer programme of living history and other ideas for a family visit this summer
Learn more about conservation work at the Chapel to ensure that future generations can appreciate it.