• Rosslyn Chapel Gift Shop

Gift Shop

Our shop, located in the Visitor Centre, has a wide selection of souvenirs and gifts, and every purchase supports the conservation work undertaken by Rosslyn Chapel Trust.

Many of the products on sale are unique to the Chapel and are carefully selected to have a specific connection to the building and its location. We are proud to stock a variety of products made by Scottish suppliers and you can purchase many through our online shop.


Rosslyn Coffee Shop

Among the highlights, look out for:

  • The official Guidebook, written by The Earl of Rosslyn, tells the story of the Chapel and family.
  • Hardback book, written by The Earl and Countess of Rosslyn, beautifully illustrated with new colour photography
  • The Prince of Orkney Gin, handcrafted by Orkney Distilling, Kirkwall
  • The Baron’s Ale, produced by Stewart Brewing, Loanhead
  • Our Mason's Mead - a popular Medieval drink
  • William the Cat and the Rescue of Rosslyn Chapel, a storybook written by The Countess of Rosslyn
  • William’s cat treats made by Kelso and Titch, Alloa
  • The Countess Collection soaps made by Scottish Fine Soaps
  • Shortbread handmade by Crystal’s, Loch Lomond
  • Scottish Honey from Webster Honey, Kinross
  • A selection of Scottish jam and marmalade made by Pittenweem Preserves
  • Chocolate coins made by the New Chocolate Company, Glasgow
  • Felt animals handmade in Penicuik
  • Glass birds handmade in Glasgow
  • And the chance to give someone a day out at Rosslyn Chapel with our gift experience pack.


Rosslyn Gin

The Orkney Connection

Sir William St Clair, founder of the Chapel, was the third and last St Clair Prince of Orkney. The title came to the family through the marriage of his great-grandfather, […]

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Chapel Bees

In May 2023, Rosslyn Chapel took delivery of four hives and re-established a connection between the historic building and bees, which stretches back nearly 600 years. The hives have been […]

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William the Chapel Cat

William the Chapel Cat

A regular visitor to the Chapel since he was a kitten, William the Chapel Cat became a firm favourite with thousands of visitors. He was often to be found curled […]

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The Official Rosslyn Chapel Website