Mount St. Bernard Abbey
It was the first monastery to be built in England for centuries.
Mount St. Bernard opened in 1844, and among early visitors were William Wordsworth, William Ewart Gladstone and Florence Nightingale, while Thomas Cook of Leicester brought a tour party.
It was extended by F. J. Bradford in 1935, and Eric Gill created choir stalls in 1938. There is a solid tower added by Albert Herbert after the Second World War.