On the site of an earlier building, the present church was completed in 1850 to a design by David Bryce and gifted to the people of Falkland by Onesiphorus Tyndall Bruce, of the family of Bruce of Earlshall. The style is Victorian Gothic. Centre pews convert to long communion tables. Stained glass 1897. Organ by Hill, Norman & Beard 1923.
Falkland Parish Church is a Destination Hub on the St Margaret Pilgrim Journey.
Sunday 10.00am in even-numbered years, 11.30am in odd-numbered years
Open mid-June to mid-September, Monday to Friday 2.00-4.00pm or by arrangement
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