Ely Cathedral, Ely, UK
Ely Cathedral is widely acknowledged as one of the wonders of the medieval world. With a history dating back over 900 years, the building offers a rich architectural heritage and boasts the largest Lady Chapel of any UK Cathedral as well as having one of the finest collections of medieval monastic buildings still in daily use.
The more adventurous visitor can take a tour of the unique 14th century octagonal lantern tower or climb the 288 steps to the top of the West tower for unrivalled views across the Cambridgeshire landscape. In recent years Ely has gained global recognition a prominent film location including Elizabeth: The Golden Age, The Other Boleyn Girl, Macbeth, The King’s Speech and The Crown.
In addition to the Cathedral, Ely has much to offer with its attractive riverside, tea rooms, antique shops and galleries.