ARE you tired of hearing about the coronation, and just want to escape?

Believe it or not, there are in fact things to do this weekend that have absolutely nothing to do with His Majesty.

If you've already got coronation fatigue, then fear not, here are some things in Hampshire that you can royally enjoy doing alone, or with the family this bank holiday weekend.

1. Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Basingstoke

Many readers will probably feel the need for a drink this weekend, so why not make a day of it?

Bombay Sapphire's gin distillery in Basingstoke is open throughout the course of the bank holiday weekend, and they offer fantastic tours with the opportunity to indulge in the tasting of their alcoholic beverages.

2. Paultons Park, Romsey

A fun day out for all the family, the little ones and the big kids among us can enjoy the various rides and attractions this theme park has to offer.

Paultons Park is open this weekend.

Famed for being the home of Peppa Pig World, kids can spend the day in awe of their favourite cartoon character, while parents can enjoy the various gardens and wildlife to be seen.

3. Pennybridge Farm Alpacas, Hook

Now this could be the perfect way to spend a day out.

Who doesn't love an alpaca? 

Readers can enjoy the full 'Alpaca Experience' which includes a meet, greet and walk as well as opportunities to feed and pet them

Be advised that dogs are not permitted to attend.

4. Hawk Conservancy Trust, Weyhill

Another animal-themed day out, the Hawk Conservancy Trust is open for visits to see their beautiful birds of prey.

There are various experiences available, including the owl experience, the young falconer experience and even a photographic experience for those who love to take a snap.

You can even treat a loved one to afternoon tea, how lovely.

5. Jane Austen's House, Chawton

Although closed on the day of the Coronation, this museum dedicated to the life of the acclaimed Hampshire-born author is open on bank holiday Monday, giving readers the opportunity to experience a piece of literary history, before going back to work.

The museum is holding a free informal open day on Monday, May 8 where visitors can find out what it's like to volunteer at the Pride and Prejudice author's home.

Visitors can experience the garden and collection all while learning about the famous author.