1: Wells Cathedral, built in the 12th century, is the first Gothic cathedral in England.

2: The cathedral is home to the second oldest clock in the world, dating back to 1390.

3: Its iconic West Front features almost 300 medieval statues depicting biblical scenes.

4: The scissor arches inside the cathedral are a masterpiece of medieval engineering.

5: Wells Cathedral boasts the third-largest collection of medieval stained glass in England.

6: The cathedral’s choir stalls are intricately carved with over 1000 figures.

7: The cathedral’s clock has one of the oldest original clock faces still in operation.

8: Wells Cathedral is said to have the world's oldest complete surviving chained library.

9: The cathedral’s majestic octagonal chapter house is a must-see architectural gem.