Carlisle Cathedral was founded in 1122 as a priory and became a cathedral in 1132.
A daily service has been held here every day for 900 years.
It has a magnificent high ceiling with a beautiful blue background and gold plated stars.
In addition to the barrel-vaulted roof, other notable features are the 15th-century carved choir stalls and dramatic 14th-century East Window.
There’s also a Brougham Trypitch altarpiece from the 16th century which was made in Amsterdam.