WHAT are your plans for the weekend in the South Lakes and Cumbria?

With another weekend on the way we want to give you some ideas of what activities, events, and attractions you might want to consider this weekend.

1) The Beatrix Potter Museum

One of Bowness-on-Windermere's biggest tourism attraction, the interactive exhibition tells the story behind the writings of one of Lake District's most iconic and popular authors.

Ideal for young children and adults looking for a bit of nostalgia.

2) Lakeland Wildlife Oasis

The popular Lakes Zoo that displays over one hundred animals, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates.

Never the wrong time to drop in for a day out.

Located off junction 35 of the M6, at Hale in Milnthorpe.

3) Levens Hall

The historic family home with exceptional Elizabethan interiors and the finest furniture, clocks and paintings has always proven popular, not only with tourists, but also for history enthusiasts in Cumbria.

It also includes the world's largest and oldest topiary gardens.

4) Holker Hall

Well known for its popular events such as the chilli festival and recent winter market fair, Holker Hall also offers much more throughout the whole year.

With 200 acres of gardens and woodlands, the hall also has a deer park which provides some excellent family walks.

5) Rydal Caves

One of Ambleside's many beautiful walks, Rydal offers many potential destinations but one that is worth a visit are the cave system.

Perfect for adventure or just a pleasant walk for nature lovers.

6) Orrest Head

One of Windermere's best beauty spots which provides a breath-taking view of the surrounding area, Orrest Head has a steep walk but the view at the top is worth the effort.

7) Blackwell - Arts and Crafts House

This 1800 built house was designed in the Arts and Crafts style by Baillie Scott and was also used as a holiday home for Sir Edward Holt, the wealthy Manchester brewer.

The perfect option this weekend for craft lovers, or those wishing to try their hand at something new.

8) Lowther Castle

The historic castle, with the Lowther family name's history dating back to the arrival of the Vikings, is one of Cumbria's most popular tourism attractions. But is also a year-round destination for local castle lovers, especially those with young children.

9) Wordsworth Grasmere

An institution dedicated to one of Britain's most famous poets and writers. William Wordsworth's life, work and history is gathered in this popular museum in one of the Lakes most beautiful villages, Grasmere.

10) Go Ape

A day out every young person should try at least once, the Go Ape franchise has proven popular across the country. The Grizedale centre is one to book if you want an action-packed weekend.