Some of the Scottish galleries and museums open this weekend.
While we’re hoping the weather will see us able to enjoy the great outdoors, it’s fair to say that the Scottish climate in early May means anything could happen.
Luckily, with restrictions continuing to ease there will be plenty of indoor options for dreaded rainy days.
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Here are 10 of the best galleries and museums that will be open.
Glasgow's Kelvingrove Museum, which is one of Scotland's most popular free attractions, has now reopened. It's still free but timeslots do need to be booked in advance.
Remember that because of social distancing, museums and galleries currently need to be booked in advance – so check a slot is available before leaving.
While the Modern One gallery at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art doesn't open until the middle of May, Modern Two has reopened, giving you the chance to see the blockbuster exhibition 'Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema', featuring the special effects wizard's memorable monsters from film like Clash of the Titans and Jason and the Argonauts.
Dundee's V & A Design Museum is open again, with a major new exhibition launching on Saturday. 'Night Fever: Designing Club Culture' is the first major exhibition exploring the relationship between club culture and design from the 1960s to the present day.
A real family favourite, Glasgow's Riverside Museum, occupying a dramatic spot on the banks of the River Clyde, has reopened and is welcoming visitors to its extensive collection of all things transport-related.
Another free attraction for rainy days, delighting children and adults of all ages with everything from dinosaurs to moonrocks, bookings are now open to visit the National Museum of Scotland, on Edinburgh's Chambers Street.
Fronted by the famous statue of the Duke of Wellington with the cheeky addition of a traffic cone on his head, Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art has reopened. Current exhibitions include 'Domestic Bliss', featuring works from the collection that have never been shown at GoMA before, alongside new acquisitions.
Handily located next to the town's railway station, Kirkcaldy Galleries reopened this week. Highlights include the gallery's internationally-important collection of paintings by Scottish Colourist Samuel Peploe, a permanent exhibition on the history of the town and a colourful family-friendly temporary exhibition 'Blooming Marvellous'.
The grey hangers of the National Museum of Flight, in East Lothian, contain one of the world's finest collections of aircraft, including Concorde and one of the famous Red Arrows.
Aberdeen Art Gallery is now back open for business, including a last chance to see temporary exhibition 'The Bill Gibb Line', inspired by Aberdeenshire-born international fashion designer Bill Gibb.
While the National Gallery of Scotland remains closed for another week, Edinburgh's Scottish National Gallery has reopened, offering the chance to "come face to face with the people who shape Scotland’s past, present and future".