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Rosslyn Chapel, dating back to 1446, is just seven miles from Edinburgh city centre and is open to visitors all year. The Chapel's setting and the mysterious symbolism of its ornate stonework have attracted and intrigued visitors for generations. A...more
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We found this delightful gem of a place while traveling to Berwick. It's small but there is a lot to see. Having said that I wouldn't like to be here when the coach parties arrive. Our guide told us that due to the Da Vinci...More
Well what can i say?? This place just blew me away. My amazing friend bought me here and his partner who was also seeing it for the first time. This is his happy place and i can understand why. It is absolutely stunning. I was...More
Did not mind paying to get in to see the wonders of the chapel. The upkeep for these places is huge and it must be kept for the future. The sculptures are amazing! and yes we have both read the book but we knew of...More
A miracle in itself that one book put this Chapel on the must visit list for many - me included. Great outcome for preservation of history & a place of worship. However the rather hefty entry fee to see a small chapel - albeit one...More
Fantastic place to visit and spend some time, the amount and quality of the stonework carvings is unbelievable. The workmanship in the apprentice pillar needs to be studied to get a real feeling as to how it was achieved. It is also well worth catching...More
What a phenomenal sight! The chapel is magnificent both inside and outside... you can rarely find a spot so photogenic and memorable (photos are not allowed inside).
We enjoyed the intricacies of elaborate carvings of the pillars and gorgeous ceiling of the nave, the darkness...More
Good parking on arrival, interesting visitor centre, stunning chapel and well worth catching one of the talks given by the guides, it has an interesting history. It is also one of those places that still carries some sort of atmosphere. The masonry work as others...More
Rosslyn Chapel is just a short ride away from Edinburgh. The best part about it is that the staff who work there are really passionate about it and love talking about the architecture, masonwork, and history of it. They are also very unapologetic about the...More
Good parking at the Chapel, and a great leaflet that is well set up to point to all the main attractions in the chaple, I have been in a lot of churches and Cathedrals around the country and abroad but this was in small but...More
It's a shame that no photography is allowed inside the chapel as the masonwork inside is so intricate, you'll be fighting not to snap a frame here and there (don't! It's a place of worship so respect must be practiced at all times!!!).
Response from GuideManager | Property representative |
You can come along at any time during our opening hours. We have information talks, not guided tours. If you want to listen to one, its free of charge. We do not permit photography inside the Chapel, But you can take... More
You can come along at any time during our opening hours. We have information talks, not guided tours. If you want to listen to one, its free of charge. We do not permit photography inside the Chapel, But you can take lovely photographs outside. The whole chapel is a feast for your eyes, and we feel it is worth seeing for yourself.
Response from FionaR1731 | Property representative |
I would say yes and no. It’s a medieval church, fascinating for adults but less so for very young children. But the visitor centre has a kids area where one family member can amuse the young ones while others have a more... More
I would say yes and no. It’s a medieval church, fascinating for adults but less so for very young children. But the visitor centre has a kids area where one family member can amuse the young ones while others have a more serious look around. Or if on your own, there is a kids quiz you can do with your child while looking around, and Have a play in the kids area after.