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Often, it's the people who live in a city that make it special. In this part of Cumbria, there's 4,000 of them.
The nation's capital, London, lies 250 miles southeast of Keswick. Cockermouth lies 8 miles to the northwest.
Are the little ones bouncing off the walls? Go Ape Whinlatter is sure to keep them busy for a few hours.
Your kids will be filled with awe during a day out at the Lake District Wildlife Park. They'll get an up-close look at how its animals behave as well as discover what it takes to look after them.
If you would like to appreciate a greener side of Keswick, organise an excursion to one of its leafy parklands. Cast off the stresses of modern life at Scafell Pike, Derwent Water and Hope Park.
Bassenthwaite Lake and Watendlath Tarn are charming places to go if you're craving some peace and tranquility. Relax by the water and appreciate the clean, fresh air.
Those that love nature will have lots to explore. A trip out to Bowder Stone and Catbells Lakeland Walk will replenish your batteries in no time. Dodd Fell is another terrific place to spend a relaxing afternoon.
Seeking unique museum displays? Head straight to the Cumberland Pencil Museum and the Keswick Museum and Art Gallery. Remember to ask the friendly staff about guided tours. The Honister Slate Mine and the Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum are also decent alternatives.
Spending time at the Castlerigg Stone Circle and Mirehouse & Gardens is a great way to gain a deeper appreciation for Keswick's history and culture.
Do some soul-searching or just soak up the calmness of Crosthwaite Church, a historic house of worship.
Are you on the hunt for that perfect memento? Indulge in a little impulse buying at The Puzzling Place.