Venue DescriptionFounded in 1446 by Sir William St Clair, as the Collegiate Church of St Matthew, the Chapel took forty years to build. The beauty of its setting and the mysterious symbolism of its stonework have attracted, inspired and intrigued artists and visitors ever since.
Access to the Chapel and Visitor Centre is good and full details can be found on our website: https://www.rosslynchapel.com/visit/access/
Accessibility Guide Link: http://www.rosslynchapel.com/p/access-I1530/
Access Statement Link: http://www.rosslynchapel.com/p/access-I1530/
An accessible toilet is located in the visitor centre.
Information about the staff has not been added for this venue.
We are delighted to confirm that Rosslyn Chapel and visitor centre have reopened to visitors, following the latest Government advice. We have made a few changes to ensure that visits are as safe as possible for visitors and staff, including – Reducing the number of visitors on-site at any time with initially just 30 visitors per timeslot Tickets will have to be bought in advance from this website and will be for various timeslots throughout the day. Markers and signs will help visitors observe physical distancing Hand sanitiser stations are placed on site Enhanced cleaning programme throughout the day Perspex screens at till points and payment by card only, contactless if possible Each timeslot, specifying arrival and departures times, will give visitors an hour and a half to enjoy the Chapel’s architecture and stone carvings, inside and outside, and the visitor centre at a leisurely pace. Don’t miss the delights of our coffee shop with outside seating available on the terrace. We look forward to welcoming you back!
The venue says it has...
- Audio Described
- Audio Format
- Disabled Access
- Disabled Parking
- Access Statement
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