Rosslyn Chapel was founded in 1446 as a place of worship and services continue to be held here weekly. The Chapel has also been a popular destination for visitors for generations. By the late 18th-century, it was starting to appear on itineraries.
The profile of Rosslyn Chapel (and therefore Roslin) increased greatly after the publication of Dan Brown’s novel, The Da Vinci Code, in 2003, and the subsequent film.
Rosslyn Chapel Trust was established in 1995 to care for the Chapel and oversee its conservation and public access.
Rosslyn Chapel is open throughout the year.
Monday – Saturday: 9.30-17.00
Sunday: 12 noon – 16.45
Last admission is 30 minutes before closing time but they recommend at least 1 hour for your visit.
*Roslin residents and Rosslyn Chapel Entry*
If you live in the village you can apply for a free 12 month pass to the Chapel. Simply ask the front desk for a form to get your free pass.