Rosslyn Chapel

Practical tourist information

Getting to Edinburgh by Coach

Long-distance coach tickets to Edinburgh from £15. Guaranteed seats on comfortable coach, overnight or daytime journeys.

Opening times

Rosslyn Chapel is open daily. Opening times are:
Monday - Friday: 10am-5pm
Sunday: 12am-4.45pm

Entrance fees, tickets

The admission price at Rosslyn Chapel is likely to rise given its soaring popularity in light of the Da Vinci Code book and film but for now tickets cost as follows:
Adult: £6
Child: Free
Concessions: £5

Address, Contact information

Rosslyn Chapel,
EH25 9PU,
Official website - Rosslyn Chapel Trust


Unfortunately due to massive popularity of the Da Vinci Code book, visiting Rosslyn Chapel is nothing short of an adventure. The chapel is far too small to sustain the current number of visitors. As a result, the best time to visit it is in the morning, as soon as it opens.


Taking pictures is allowed in Rosslyn Chapel but due to the limited space available, no tripods are allowed.

Getting to Rosslyn Chapel

  • By bus - Lothian bus 15A and First bus 62 operate hourly services from Edinburgh City Centre to Roslin.
  • On foot - There is a 3-4 minutes' walk from the bus stop in Roslin to Rosslyn Chapel.

Souvenirs and gifts from the chapel visitor centre

The visitor centre not only sells tour guide books, videos and postcards but also replicas of carvings from Rosslyn as well as books related to the Knights Templar and more recently, even books related to The Da Vinci Code.

Other information

Toilets can be found in the visitor centre.

The information on this page was last checked for accuracy in October 2009. Please check the official Rosslyn Chapel website for up to date information.

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