From Monday (April 26), people in Scotland can celebrate their newfound freedom as hospitality, non-essential shops, gyms, swimming pools, museums and galleries reopen.
There will also be unrestricted travel within Scotland, England and Wales.
The latest stage in lockdown easing was announced at a scheduled Covid-19 briefing by Nicola Sturgeon this week.
Giving us the news we all wanted to hear, the First Minister said the continued decline in coronavirus cases meant the strict rules can be eased earlier than planned.
If all goes well, the move will be followed on May 17 when Scotland moves from Level 3 to Level 2.
Here are 14 changes being made to Scotland’s lockdown rules from Monday.
Enjoy a drink in a beer garden
People across the country will be raising a glass with friends in beer gardens across the city as pubs are allowed to serve alcohol outdoors until 10pm.
Tables must be booked in advance and contact details need to be given.
The Scottish Government say that local licensing laws apply outdoors.
Go for a bite to eat
Hospitality venues like cafes, pubs and restaurants can open until 8pm indoors – but without alcohol.
Up to six people from two households can get together. Again, always book ahead to be sure.
Hit the gym
It’s time to work off the lockdown belly as gyms reopen for the first time this year.
A reminder that the Scottish Government specifies that only individual exercise will be allowed, as group sports for adults are not yet permitted.
Go for a swim
There’s no need to go cold-water swimming, as many pools are set to reopen on Monday.
Swimming lessons for children are allowed to resume from Monday, but adult lessons will have to wait until level two.
Shop ‘till you drop
After months of quiet city centre streets, the hope is the high street will be buzzing again as non-essential shops reopen.
Shops will still require you to wear a mask, and sanitising stations and social distancing measures may be implemented.
Here’s a jam-packed list of stores reopening on Edinburgh’s Princes Street from Monday, including Primark, H&M and Next.
Get your nails done
Close contact services such as beauty salons can reopen, which will come as a relief to many people across the country.
Take driving lessons
Driving lessons and tests get the green light as the restrictions ease.
Get work done inside your home
Non-essential work inside people’s homes – such as painting, decorating or repairing – can take place.
Again, mask wearing will be required, and advice includes opening windows and doors while someone is working in your house.
Take out a library book
We've all been reading more during lockdown, but now you can get your books for free again as libraries across the country reopen.
It must be noted that not all libraries will open their doors, so check locally before you go.
Visit an art gallery
Indoor attractions and public buildings such as art galleries and museums can reopen, with the Scottish National Gallery, the National Museum of Scotland and the National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh, and Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Riverside Museum among many preparing to welcome back eager visitors.
Get a tan
Sure, the weather’s been decent lately – but with sunbed studios reopening those who like to be bronzed can get an extra UV fix.
After a long winter, there will be many jumping at the chance.
Attend a large wedding
Funerals and weddings – including post-funeral events and receptions – will be allowed to take place with up to 50 people.
The Scottish Government have added that alcohol will also be permitted at these events.
Get out of town
Travel between Scotland, England and Wales will be permitted.
We’ve compiled a list of 13 quirky day trips all in striking distance of the Capital.
Lower your shield
Adults on the shielding list can return to the workplace, if they cannot work from home, while children who have been shielding can return to school
The full breakdown of the Scottish Government's timetable for easing restrictions is available here.