Rosslyn Chapel was founded in 1446 by Sir William St Clair. The beauty of its setting, in rural Midlothian, and the mysterious symbolism of its ornate stonework have inspired, attracted and intrigued writers, artists and visitors ever since. Now open daily – and you can also enjoy the special atmosphere of the Chapel during Goblin: The Lonely and Great God Please book visits in advance through this website.
Situated just 7 miles south of Edinburgh city centre and close to the Scottish Borders, Rosslyn Chapel is open throughout the year. With visitor capacity restricted, this is a great time to visit without the usual numbers. We look forward to welcoming you soon!
Now open daily
Find out more about what to expect from your visit to The Chapel.
A major programme of restoration and repair at one of Midlothian’s most historic sites is being proposed. Applications for planning, listed building and scheduled monument consent for work at Rosslyn […]Read More
Rosslyn Chapel’s Junior Tour Guides are taking to the screen to overcome the difficulties imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Normally the Guides, comprising the Primary 7 class of Roslin Primary School, would host weekly visits from other schools at the Midlothian site but, because of all the current restrictions, have taken their tours online