Rosslyn Chapel is a chapel located in the village of Rosslyn 7 miles south of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. The chapel was founded in the 15th century by William Sinclair 1st Earl of Caithness. Sinclair founded the chapel to celebrate the work of God and the faithful departed. The chapel is category A listed on the heritage register. Its interior is very impressive with beautifully carved pillars that compliment the rest of the Gothic architecture.
The chapel is situated in a village 7 miles south of Edinburgh. If travelling by car, there is street parking available in the village. The 37, 140 and N37 buses also travel to the village from the city.
Opening Times and Admission
The chapel is open every day of the year 9.30am-5pm except for Sundays when the chapel is open 12pm-5pm. Admission to the chapel is set at £8 for adults and $7 for concessions.