Rosslyn Chapel took over 40 years to build and was incomplete when Sir William St Clair, the founder, died in 1484. The beauty of its setting and the mysterious symbolism of its ornate stonework have inspired, attracted and intrigued artists, writers and visitors ever since.
Practically every surface inside and outside this unique building is carved in an outstanding display of craftsmanship, including angels, Green Men and the famous Apprentice Pillar.
Please use this section, and the frequently asked questions below, to help plan your visit. We look forward to welcoming you soon!
Rosslyn Chapel is currently closed. We will publish info on timeslots and tickets when we re-open.
Information talks are offered by the Chapel’s Guides during the early morning and late afternoon time slots, Monday to Saturday, and late afternoon time slot on Sundays.
These usually begin 20 minutes after the start of the time slot and last for around 10 minutes.
Chapel Visit FAQs
Tickets should now be booked in advance here for one of the time slots available. Each time slot lasts for one and a half hours and access to all areas of the Chapel and visitor centre is included within that time. The site will close for 10 minutes between each time slot.
We will ask for your contact details, in line with the Scottish Government’s ‘test and protect’ programme. You can read the privacy notice regarding this by clicking on this link.