The cathedral of the arts and learning is getting new life as a new high-end museum.
Cathedral of Learning has opened its doors to the public, and its new £40m centre in Stirling is due to open this week.
It is one of two new museums to open in the city since a £1.7bn redevelopment of the town centre was approved in March.
Cathedral opened in 2007 as a venue for the Royal College of Art and is one a few buildings in the town are still in use today.
It now has a number of exhibitions and a library which will include artworks by artists including Damien Hirst and Goya.
Stirling City Council said it had invested £20m in the building.
The Cathedral is a world-class venue for both public and private events.
Its new museum will also include a gallery and a lecture theatre, as well as artworks.
The building is expected to be complete in 2021.