Just to the South of Edinburgh lies one of the most remarkable pieces of church architecture in Scotland. Serving as a family house of catholic worship though out most of the 1500s to the St Clair’s, Rosslyn Chapel is now more famous as the church used in “The Da Vinci Code” – a film adaptation of Dan Brown’s novel.
Opening times (last admission 30 mins before close)
April – Sep Mon-Sat 9.30am-6pm & Sun 12pm-4.30pm
Oct – Mar Mon-Sat 9.30am-5pm & Sun 12pm-4.30pm