Several castles and cathedrals are to reopen in Scotland for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic forced their closure.
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) has announced reopening dates for 10 sites.
Dunblane Cathedral will reopen on September 2, followed by Aberdour Castle, Dryburgh Abbey and Craigmillar Castle on September 4.
Visitors can return to Fort George, St Andrews Cathedral, St Andrews Castle and Dumbarton Castle on September 11 and Dirleton Castle and Jedburgh Abbey on September 18.
HES said the sites have collectively experienced more than 1,000 years of history, from Viking invaders to Mary, Queen of Scots.
Edinburgh, Stirling and Urquhart castles have already opened, with tickets selling out.
HES is aiming to reopen 70% of its estate by mid-September with safety and hygiene measures in place, including one-way systems and the closure of some indoor areas.
Tickets must be booked in advance.
Alex Paterson, chief executive of HES, said: “The heritage and tourism sectors have, along with many others, been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, so I am really pleased that we are now continuing to reopen more historic attractions.
“By mid-September, visitors will be able to access our historic sites throughout the country from the Scottish Borders and the central belt to the Highlands and islands.
“Getting our sites ready to reopen after being closed for the longest period since the Second World War has been no easy feat, and we are extremely thankful to the visitors and members who have continued to support us through these unprecedented times.”