Visitors have returned to the Ulster Museum in Belfast after it opened its doors for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic struck.
The south Belfast attraction reopened on Thursday, along with Hillsborough Castle and Gardens in Co Down.
Safety measures are in place to facilitate social distancing,
Kathryn Thomson, chief executive of National Museums Northern Ireland (NMNI), said it was a fantastic day.
“The Ulster Museum is the first of our four museums to open, we are absolutely thrilled,” she said.