We asked for your top picks for places to go over the school holidays. Here are your choices...

1. The Dock Museum:

Barrow's Dock Museum is a great place to visit for children and parents. Learn more about the history of the town. From artifacts on the Vikings to the reading about the role the shipyard in both World Wars, there is so much to learn at the Dock Museum.

2. Furness Abbey:

Another amazing piece of Barrow history which can be enjoyed by all. Furness Abbey is a former monastery, founded in the 12th century by Stephen of Blois, the future king of England.

Visitors can walk around the remains of the impressive building and explore the grounds, learning more about the Abbey’s more than 800 year history.

3.Laser Quest Barrow:

Get armed and ready for a day of action packed fun. Laser Quest Barrow is a popular destination for Mail readers and is suitable for children and parents.

4. Go the the Cinema:

The cinema has always been a popular choice for families and has shown to still be a top pick for Mail readers over the school holidays.

With films like Dumbo, Shazam and Wonder Park showing now, visitors will be spoilt for choice this week.

5. Barrow Park:

Spend the day playing football with friends and family in the park. The holidays are a great time to just get outside and enjoy the day.

Barrow Park is another popular pick for Mail readers looking for a good day out over the holidays.

6.The Forum:

For families who enjoy a show, The Forum in Barrow have a range of options.

With upcoming performances from acts like popular local performance group Voce and LMX, an impressive Little Mix tribute act.

7 Grizedale Forest:

Grizedale has a host of activities for people of all ages.

There are various walks and cycle tracks throughout the forest, as well as a number of Go Ape tree top adventure courses and zip lines.

This is a great spot for families and friends to enjoy themselves over the school holidays.

8. The World of Beatrix Potter:

Explore all your favourite childhood stories.

From Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddle-duck to Mrs Tiggy-winkle, there is a host of activities to be enjoyed by the entire family. Located at Bowness on Windermere, it’s a great spot to visit over the holidays.

9. Piel Island:

Visitors can access the island by ferry or an organised walk when the tide is low. Once there, you can enjoy walking around the island taking in the lovely views or visit Piel Castle.

10.Fell Foot:

Nestled at the bottom of Windermere, Fell Foot is a great place for families who love watersports, outdoor activities or just want to get out of the lake for the day.