If you are looking for something to do this weekend, then look no further. 

Here at the Times and Star we've compiled together a list of the Top 10 things to do in Workington and Allerdale. 

We hope you will find something that you'll enjoy. 

Number 10- Are you a movie lover? If so, why not go along to The Ritz Cinema in Workington. The newly opened venue offers all of the latest blockbuster movies. This weekend they will be showing Downton Abbey: A New Era and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. 

Number 9- Allerdale is home to some of the most scenic parts of the Lake District. One particularly great place to visit is Keswick. You can enjoy a day wandering around the historic market town or even take a trip to Derwent Water. 

Number 8- If you prefer to enjoy the Lake District in a quieter atmosphere then Buttermere and Loweswater would definitely be for you. These two neighbouring lakes offer great places for a quiet stroll and a bar meal. 

Number 7- Workington has a great night life scene for you and your friends to enjoy. You could always enjoy a weekend of fun by heading to the many pubs and clubs on offer. 

Number 6- If you enjoy learning and history then The Helena Thompson Museum in Workington is an interesting place to spend the day. 

Number 5- Cockermouth also has a lot to offer in terms of history and heritage. The William Wordsworth House where the famous poet was born is definitely worth a visit. 

Number 4- Allonby and Seaton are wonderfully scenic seaside towns that are simply perfect on a sunny day. You can enjoy at ice cream at Twentyman's or get some fish and chips. 

Number 3- The Lake District Coast Aquarium in Maryport is fun for all the family. You can explore and learn about fascinating marine life first hand. 

Number 2- Workigton town centre has a range of chain and independent stores where you can enjoy a days shopping. Why not head into town and support some of the businesses. 

Number 1- Honister Pass is another one of the area's hidden germs. The high winding road traverses high into the Cumbrian mountains and has breathtaking views.