Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight.
Ely Cathedral's become well known as a filming location for television dramas such as 'The Crown' and hollywood block busters like 'The King's Speech'.
It's also a popular choice for large scale events and now the major visitor attraction is hosting a new art exhibition by internationally known Cambridge artist Helaine Blumenfeld.
There are seventeen of these large sculptures in this new exhibition. All are made from bronze and marble and seven of them are new works.
Called 'the Tree of Life', the exhibition symbolises the renewal of life and is the latest addition to the Cathedral's packed calendar of successful events.
The exhibition which features sculptures both inside and outside the cathedral, runs until 28th October
Helaine Blumenfeld has been creating bronze and marble sculptures in her Cambridge and Italy-based studios for almost fifty years.
She was once hailed as the next Henry Moore and was awarded an honorary OBE to mark her achievements in sculpture.