St Chad's Cathedral in Birmingham city centre will will be able to carry out essential repairs using a share of £8 million from a government fund.
The cathedral, opposite Snow Hill Station, has received £227,000 while three others in the region will also receive grants: Hereford (£300,000), Worcester (£250,316) and Coventry (£216,265).
A total of 31 sites across from England will benefit with the biggest recipients being Clifton Roman Catholic cathedral in Bristol, which has received £600,000 for roof repairs, while Portsmouth's Anglican cathedral has been awarded £595,000.
The money comes from the £20 million fund announced in the Budget to maintain cathedrals in recognition of the role they would go on to play in First World War remembrance events.
Chancellor George Osborne said: "Many Britons will have visited a cathedral this summer to attend a remembrance service marking the Great War and this £8 million grant, part of £20 million I announced at the last Budget, will ensure that these beautiful and historic buildings remain much-loved places of worship and remembrance for another century to come.
"Our great cathedrals are the envy of the world, bringing many tourists to the cities of UK, so this investment is also great value for taxpayers."