There's a rare opportunity to see a vibrant tapestry by artist Grayson Perry, on display at the National Trust's Castle Drogo in Devon.
The piece of art was created for his popular Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman exhibition at The British Museum.
The 15ft wide Map of Truths and Beliefs, created by Perry in 2011, is part of a new exhibition at the castle.
Perry's tapestry, created in the style of a map with the Great Eye in the Centre, is a colourful depiction of the clash of everyday and spiritual pilgrimages.
There's plenty of symbolism for the viewer to pick out from the tapestry - including religious, secular and historical pilgrimage sites from across the world, from Stonehenge to Graceland or Medina to Everest.
Grayson's hand drawn design for the tapestry was digitised, coloured by a digital mediator in Madrid, then sent to a specialist loom in Belgium. Perry then oversaw the yarn colours to ensure the correct shade, before the modern loom produced the 15ft tapestry in under a day.
Castle Drogo say they're honoured to have the artwork in their exhibition.
Visitors can see the tapestry on display from Monday 7 March until Sunday 30 October at Castle Drogo.