The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is ready for the public after undergoing renovation.

It cost 17.6 million pounds to renovate the museum, which is located in Edinburgh, Reuters reported.

The portrait gallery now occupies the whole building for the first time, National Galleries director John Leighton told Reuters. We have opened the upper floors to provide 60 percent more space. 

Per the museum's Web site, the renovated Gothic-style building will also be greener.

Several new exhibitions will be opened to the public, including Hot Scots, which features portrait photos of famous Scottish people, including actors Gerard Butler, James McAvoy, and David Tennant.

Here are photos of the newly-renovated Scottish National Portrait Gallery, which opens to the public on Dec. 1.