An excellent example of Gothic architecture, with stained glass windows and stunning vaulted ceilings. There are also some exquisite carvings from various small animals to clowns on the walls. There are only a few trips per week, and only ten people are allowed per trip, so plan ahead.
The ancient and peculiar auditorium, the gothic world. This time I traveled with my girlfriends to the ancient and mysterious York. My girlfriend and I arrived at the Priest's Auditorium at the first stop in York. The appearance of the Priest's Auditorium is similar to the way my girlfriend and I have been to other auditoriums. Both are octagonal. But the most different thing about the chapel hall is that its roof is not supported by a central pillar. According to the explanation by the local tour guide, it turned out that the roof of the chapel hall was made of wooden materials. It was very light and could be supported without a central column. In the era, this should be considered a leading technology. There are many exquisite sculptures on the canopy of the priest's hall. My girlfriend and I walked in and found that they were all head-shaped sculptures with a strong Gothic style. These sculptures are very unique. If you don’t pay attention, they all look the same, but if you take a closer look, you will find that each of them has different expressions and expressions. In addition to angels, there are also sculptures of animals. Laughing at me, saying that I can watch one day here. Practical TIPS: 1. The chapel hall is open all day. 2. Adult tickets are ten pounds