An exhibition on a popular computer game at the Rheged centre in Penrith has received over 9000 visitors in its first month of opening.
Minecraft has sold over 60 million copies worldwide, making it the biggest-selling independent computer game of all time.
It's made up of cubes that can be added together to design your own world. It's now being used by schools as well, so for example a history teacher might create an ancient city for the children to explore.
Rheged's exhibition allows children to play with their virtual world in the real world. It's designed to get children and their families to create something in the real world, inspired by the game.
Inspiring creativity is an important part of children's education - but now basic computer coding is too - that's why the curator of this exhibition brought it here.
It's already been visited over 9000 times, but it's on until the schools go back, so there's still time for more.