The Inverness Castle viewpoint will open its doors to the public on Friday for the first time since March.
The re-opening of the popular attraction, offering 360-degree views around the city and beyond, comes as preparation works start to transform the castle into a major tourist attraction.
Operations manager Lesley Junor said to comply with Scottish Government’s test and protect protocols, customers will need to book ahead.
Steve Walsh, High Life Highland’s chief executive, said, “It is fantastic to see another HLH location ‘bounce back’ to welcome visitors through its doors.
“The outlook from the viewpoint down Loch Ness, across the Moray Firth and beyond are absolutely incredible and can’t be matched anywhere else in the Highlands, so it will be great to see people back at the top of the attraction, taking full advantage of the exclusive view.”
Fergus Ewing, Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Tourism, will attend the re-opening.