The bare roof of St James' Priory has been revealed during a £4.5m restoration of Bristol's oldest standing building.
Visitors got a chance to see the medieval roof stripped bare.
The work on St James' Priory was able to start after they received £3m of Heritage Lottery money.
The church is almost 900 years old and is also used as a treatment centre for people with addiction problems.
Robert Harding, project manager at the St James' Priory Project, explains a bit more about the scheme.