Chelmsford Cathedral, officially known as St Mary the Virgin, St Peter and St Cedd, is a grand Anglican cathedral located in the heart of Chelmsford, Essex. Built between 1200 and 1550, it exhibits a mix of architectural styles, including Gothic and Victorian. The cathedral boasts intricate stained glass windows, a magnificent nave, and a beautiful spire that dominates the city skyline. With a rich history, it served as a parish church before gaining cathedral status in 1914. Visitors can explore the serene interior, witness historic artifacts, and appreciate the craftsmanship that defines this religious and architectural gem in the heart of Chelmsford.