Rosslyn Chapel Tours with Rosslyn St Clair 606
Interested in visiting Rosslyn Chapel?
Complete the form below and Bro. David Kelly PM, our Tour Organiser will contact you to discuss your tour.
Lodge Rosslyn St Clair 606 and Association With Rosslyn Chapel
Since its foundation in 1877 Lodge Rosslyn St. Clair, 606 has had close associations with the nearby 15th century Rosslyn Chapel. Famous for centuries in its own right it is today even more so since the publication of Dan Brown’s book The Da Vinci Code. Now many tens of thousands of visitors come each year to learn about Rosslyn Chapel’s history, and to study the hundreds of mediaeval stone carvings and explore its myths and legends.
Of those visitors, many are Freemasons from all four corners of the globe – from the United Kingdom of course, Europe, Asia, Africa, Canada and the United States of America. To all of these Brethren and their partners the Right Worshipful Master, Office-Bearers and Brethren of Rosslyn St. Clair offer the private facility to combine their visit to the Chapel with a visit to our Lodge, a meal or buffet with refreshments and a talk and slide-show giving an insight into the stories behind some of the carvings. We may not be able to confirm that the lost treasure of the Knights Templar really is hidden in the crypt but you will gain fascinating insights into Rosslyn Chapel and Lodge Rosslyn St. Clair. Depending on dates and timing it may even be possible to combine your tour with one of our Regular lodge meetings.
The increasing numbers of visitors to the Chapel and safety restrictions applied during the Covid 19 pandemic mean that we may no longer deliver our talks within the Chapel, instead we offer a slide show about the Chapel and its relationships with Freemasonry, and seek to add understanding about the Chapel prior to your actual visit.
To avoid double bookings our tours must be arranged in advance so please use the enquiry form below. The lodge does not charge for these tours, except for catering on any scale, but we alays appreciate a voluntary donation from visitors towards our overheads.
We look forward to meeting you!