A while back I visited a sceme which has the awesome Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral directly outside the door. It is a gorgeous traditional-looking building, roughly based in the gothic style even though it was only started in 1904, and finished in 1978.
Now I love a cathedral. Love the dedication it takes to make one, particularly before modern building techniques came in and sped up the process, love the sense of history and tradition, love the architecture and the skill of the craftmanship, and most of all I love the light. Light is one of the major things that makes a scene for me, and the Anglican Cathedral is brilliant for it. It was in there about 3pm and got to see this dancing display through the coloured glass windows.
Some of these artworks are genuinely stunning. Each of them has been clearly thought about and uniquely and skillfully made. Some of the smaller wall sculptures in particular are very raw and moving. They really make you stop and look again, and consider what they are about rather than passing them over out of familiarity. Even if you're not a Christian yourself, I'd highly recommend a visit if you're in the area, just for the level of artwork in there.