A new audio tour devised by Peterhead Prison Museum is takes visitors on a journey into the town’s past.
It has been created by the team behind the museum, in collaboration with Geotourist, which sponsored the Innovation in Tourism category at this year’s Scottish Thistle Awards National Final, Scottish tourism’s premier awards ceremony.
National tourism body, VisitScotland, hopes the tour will encourage visitors to explore the historical town and understand the stories, businesses and people who work and live in the area.
Beginning at South Breakwater, which was built to create the Harbour of Refuge, the audio takes in Peterhead port and Meethill Tower before arriving at Peterhead Prison. It is narrated by staff member, Lorraine Murdoch.
The former prison, which sits within the Admiralty Gateway complex, won the Innovation in Tourism award at the Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards last year.
The four-star attraction offers visitors the inside story of the personnel who staffed the only convict prison in Scotland from August 1888 to December 2013.
People can visit and interact with volunteer guides in period costumes and see the cells and other key components of this renowned complex.