The medieval chapel which had a starring role in the Da Vinci Code blockbuster film has been awarded a multi-million pound restoration grant.
The 15th century Rosslyn Chapel in Midlothian has been given £4.5m from the Heritage Lottery Fund and £2.68m from Historic Scotland.
Since featuring in Dan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code, Rosslyn Chapel has seen its visitor numbers quadruple.
The money will help with a new reception, exhibition space and cafe.
Full story at BBC Scotland News.