A business is to give a new lease of life to the site of the former Angus Folk Museum at Glamis.
The attraction has lain empty since the National Trust for Scotland closed the doors in 2014 after it emerged building repairs would cost £500,000.
Now the Kirriemuir-based Gin Bothy, which entered the Scottish drinks industry in 2014, is moving to new horizons.
Owner Kim Cameron has announced she will transfer the visitor experience side of the business to the Glamis site, pending relevant permissions.
A new visitor centre will be situated inside the former folk museum building at Kirkwynd, which dates back to 1793.