Lothian Street, Rosewell
Rosewell has two primary schools, namely Rosewell Primary School and St Matthew's Roman Catholic Primary School. The village is in the catchment area for Lasswade High School.
For walkers the Penicuik–Dalkeith Walkway passes close by.
- Church of Scotland: Rosewell Parish Church
- Roman Catholic: St Matthew's
Since 2008 Rosewell Parish Church has been formally united with Lasswade Church, forming Lasswade and Rosewell Parish Church (with a single minister and Kirk Session, although retaining both places of worship).
Whitehill House is a Tudor-revival building designed by David Bryce and William Burn. It was built in 1844 as a home for Wardlaw Ramsay, proprietor of the nearby Whitehill Colliery (which was later acquired by the engineer Archibald Hood). 
In World War I it was used as a Red Cross hospital.  Until the late 1990s, Whitehill was run by Roman Catholic Church as St. Joseph's Hospital for disabled children.
- Football: Whitehill Welfare FC
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