Inchcolm Abbey

Inchcolm Island, Burntisland, KY3 0UA

07836 265 146
 

Plan your visit

Due to access restrictions in place as a precautionary measure while we undertake high level masonry inspections, there is currently no visitor access inside the abbey or to the west of the island. Find out more about our conservation work

The grounds to the East, the exhibition area and shop are open. 

Book tickets

Booking in advance is recommended to guarantee entry.

If you are a Member you will receive free entry to the site, but you must book in advance. A charge will apply for the sailing.

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You can book with either of the boat operators below. For Forth Boat Tours, please make sure you purchase the optional landing pass so you can explore the island and abbey.

Maid of the Forth

Or call 0131 331 5000

Forth Boat Tours

Or call 0131 331 3030

Face coverings:

  • In line with Scottish Government legislation and guidance, face coverings are mandatory if you are visiting any indoor/enclosed spaces at our sites including retail and catering areas (subject to some exceptions).
  • Masks will not be provided, so make sure you bring one with you
  • Face shields (e.g. visors) no longer count as face coverings on their own. They can only be worn in conjunction with other face covering
  • Face coverings are not required while visiting external areas of the sites
  • If you feel wearing a face covering at all times during your visit (including in external areas) will make you more comfortable, then please wear one, as we want you to enjoy your visit as much as possible

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Opening times

Due to access restrictions in place as a precautionary measure while we undertake high level masonry inspections, there is currently no visitor access inside the abbey or to the west of the island. 

The grounds to the East, the exhibition area and shop are open.

Please note that there will be no access to the island until Noon on Monday 23 May and all day on Friday 27 May.

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