The clock will be turned back in Aberdeen for a focus on history next month.
Residents and visitors can step back in time during the Bon Accord to Bayonets event, set up by business organisation Aberdeen Inspired.
A complementary line-up of activities is planned from August 16-24 by local historian and Hidden Aberdeen Tours’ director Dr Fiona-Jane Brown.
A walking tour which will put the spotlight on the history of Union Street will be held on August 16 and 23.
From August 18-21, talks will be held at Peacock Visual Arts, ranging from the history of the Granite City’s Bon Accord motto to an insight into mediaeval Aberdeen.
On August 22, a celebration of local history, called Div Ye Min? will be held in Cellar 35 on Rosemount. A range of music events will be held in Exodus on Schoolhill on August 23 and 24.
Bon Accord to Bayonets will take place on the weekend of August 23-24. It will pay homage to various periods of history by transforming city-centre areas into historic scenes from as far back as the 14th century.
Aberdeen Inspired has enlisted the help of Living History Scotland, a full-time costumed interpretation company.
They will help transform Union Terrace Gardens, the Castlegate, Marischal College and Rubislaw Terrace Gardens into days gone by with re-enactments and workshops.
For more information, visit www.aberdeeninspired.com