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About Sholto

sholto250Sholto is our tour expert and has information on something like 30 different tours around Scotland. If you don't want to browse around the site, try giving him a call for some advice.

(BTW: Sholto is ancient Scottish/Gaelic name that means the "sower of seeds" or propagator - people often ask)

Tours to Rosslyn Chapel

Coach and Bus Tours to Rosslyn Chapel from Edinburgh

1 Day Quest for the Holy Grail Tour from Edinburgh (ST)

The Legend of the Grail has spawned many tales throughout the last 800 years, including Dan Brown's 'The Da Vinci Code'. Not many people know that Scotland is reputed to be the resting place of the Grail and a safe haven of the Knights Templar.  Our tour explores Templar and Grail connections within Scotland. This coach tour to Rosslyn Chapel and Stirling Castle runs 3 times a week during the summer months, and twice a week over winter.

  • Prices From: £37
  • Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Rosslyn Chapel, Borders & Glenkinchie Distillery Tour (TB)

Your chance to visit Rosslyn Chapel (made world famous in the 'Da Vinci Code'); experience the pretty Scottish Border town of Melrose and explore its Abbey, and then be led from the spiritual to the spiritful with a tour and a taste at Glenkinchie Distillery! Departs Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays all year.

  • Prices From: £32
  • Days: Monday, Thursday, Saturday

Rosslyn Chapel & Scottish Borders Day Tour dep Edinburgh (RT)

Uncover the myths and legends around the Da Vinci Code and the Knights Templar at Rosslyn Chapel and the burial place of Robert the Bruce's heart at Melrose Abbey, in the heart of the Scottish Borders. This Minicoach Tour departs Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday all year, departure guaranteed.

  • Prices From: £28
  • Days: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday

Our list of coach and bus tours that visit Rosslyn Chapel near Edinburgh. For many visitors to Scotland, Rosslyn Chapel is most famous from the end of Dan Brown's novel 'The Da Vinci Code' where it is portrayed as the long term home of the Holy Grail. It is not surprising that the chapel was used in this way as it is a place of remarkable mystery and character. The chapel is coming to the end of a refit to protect its fabric, but it is really worth a visit and is a mere 40 minutes out of Edinburgh.

All our tours to Rosslyn Chapel depart from Edinburgh; the tours marked 'winter guaranteed' are guaranteed to depart regardless of weather conditions and minimum numbers booked.

Please note entry price to the chapel is not normally included in the tour price.