The revamped Scottish National Portrait Gallery has missed out on a £100,000 prize.
The gallery, which reopened in December last year after a £17.6m renovation, was on the shortlist for the Art Fund Prize for Museums and Galleries.
On Tuesday it was announced the attraction in Edinburgh had lost out to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
The other shortlisted museums were the Hepworth Wakefield in West Yorkshire and the Watts Gallery in Surrey.
The Art Fund Prize, also known as the Museum of the Year award, celebrates the best of UK’s galleries and museums.
Three Scottish attractions were on the initial shortlist for this year before it was whittled down to four finalists. The National Museum of Scotland and Riverside Museum were also on the long list.