Made famous by the conclusion of the exciting novel (later
by Dan Brown, this 15th-century Gothic
church has become a touristic place of pilgrimage, just six miles
(10km) south of Edinburgh's city centre. Known among the clergy as
the 'Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew', the church was founded in
1446 and features the famous Apprentice Pillar, and remains a
working church with regular services on Sundays.
Address: Rosilin, Midlothian Website: www.rosslynchapel.org.uk Email: email@example.com Telephone: (0)131 440 2159 Transportation: Lothian bus 15 (not 15A) from Edinburgh Opening Time: Open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 6pm (1 April
to 30 September), and 9.30am to 5pm (1 October to 31 March). Open
on Sundays all year round from 12pm to 4.45pm Admission: £8.75 (adults), Free for accompanied children under 16
years of age
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