Tickets for visiting Rosslyn Chapel
Now open daily
As part of the measures which we have introduced to keep visitors and staff safe, each day is now split into timeslots, allowing us to manage the capacity on site at any time.
Each timeslot lasts for 90 minutes and this time allocation includes:
- time to look around the outside of the Chapel and take some photos (there is no restriction on exterior photography for personal use)
- use our free map to find the main carvings inside and outside the Chapel
- listen to one of the short information talks which are given at specified times of the day
During your visit, don’t forget to –
- explore the visitor centre and find out more about the Chapel’s history
- buy a souvenir or two in our gift shop
- have a drink or snack in our coffee shop, either to sit in or takeaway.
There are 5 timeslots on Monday to Saturday and 3 on Sunday.
We will ask visitors to leave the Chapel and grounds at the end of each timeslot to allow for extra cleaning and a smooth transition for the next visitors.
You will be asked to wait outside the visitor centre until the start of your timeslot so please come prepared for the weather!
Details of our times are given below.
- Tickets should be booked in advance through this site and they will be sent to you by email.
- Bookings are open up to an hour before the timeslot starts.
Please note that your visit does not need to start from the beginning of the timeslot.
So, for example, if you book for the first one, you could arrive at any time from 9am but your visit would still end at 10.30am.
Make the most of your visit
Each timeslot includes a short presentation on the history and key features of the Chapel by one of our Guides. You are welcome to sit and listen or keep looking round.
To help all visitors enjoy their experience, we have information boards around the site and provide free leaflets in a variety of languages, with maps showing the main features inside and outside the Chapel.
We are constantly adding more dates and look forward to welcoming you!
Monday to Saturday
9.00am to 10.30am
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 9.30am
10.40am to 12.10pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 11am
12.20pm to 1.50pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 12.45pm
2.00pm to 3.30pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 2.30pm
3.40pm to 5.10pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 4pm
12noon to 1.30pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 12.20pm
1.40pm to 3.10pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 2.00pm
3.20pm to 4.50pm
There is a short talk from our Guide at around 3.40pm
- Tickets for visiting the Chapel should be booked online in advance.
- Please bring proof of purchase with you, either by printing out your ticket or showing it on screen.
- Tickets are valid for a specified timeslot only and cannot be exchanged for another timeslot.
- Please note the timing of your visit. Each visit lasts for an hour and a half and you can arrive at any time within that timeslot. You will not be able to start your visit before that time and staff will ask you to leave at the end. The Chapel, grounds and visitor centre (including coffee shop) will close for a short time between timeslots.
- Tickets cannot be refunded.
- Proof of concession or an annual pass should be presented on arrival at the visitor centre
- When your booking is confirmed, you should receive 2 emails from us – 1 to confirm your booking and 1 with e-tickets for your visit. Sometimes these go into junk folders, so please check there if your emails have not appeared in your inbox. Please note that we do not send out tickets by post.
- If you are a Chapel Passholder, please use the ‘Passholder’ option when booking. Please note that membership cards from Historic Scotland, National Trust for Scotland or equivalent organisations do not apply here.