Gunpowder displays, cookery and cocktail making demonstrations and shortbread soldier decorating will be the order of the day at a summer festival taking place next weekend.
People are being invited to join in the fun at The Black Watch Castle and Museum event on Saturday (September 5).
The event is happening at the museum, based in Perth, from 10am until 4pm.
Rebecca Berger, learning and audience officer, said: “We are thrilled to be hosting our first annual summer festival.
“The day is jam packed full of fun and entertainment for all ages. The castle and museum has so much to offer and we hope this event will really highlight that.”
Activities range from re-enactors to gunpowder displays, cookery and cocktail making demonstrations to gallery tours and object handling sessions; face painting, family crafts, treasure hunts and shortbread soldier decorating.
Visitors can also indulge in the Wicked chocolate stall with a flowing chocolate fountain; let the kids dress up as soldiers and have fun as a family trying to beat the goalie.
The Copper Beech Café team will be heading up a sizzling BBQ and folk duo the Mad Ferret Band will be playing live music throughout the day.
There are great raffle prizes to be won including a five night cruise with Fred.Olsen Cruise Lines, alongside a range of goodies and experiences from local suppliers. Entry is £4 per adult, accompanied children under 16 free.
No booking just come along on the day