Cromer and its historical pier
Cromer is a traditional seaside town, with its sandy beaches, promenade arcades and fun watersports making it a quintessentially English spot. It's also a prime location for the best crab fishing in Norfolk which proves a popular attraction all year round. The pier, often referred to as a Victorian Jewel, has a full working theatre and is home to the only end of pier show of its kind in the world. The renowned Cromer Pier Show has been running for 40 years and has regularly received five-star reviews.
A day out at Cromer Zoo
If you're visiting the zoo then you'll discover the pleasing mixture of nature and wildlife as you wander through the grounds. Staff are on hand to educate on the conservation issues for the animals the who live here. Suitable for families, some of the more exotic animals on display include pumas and a jaguar, as well as Chilean flamingos and South American wildlife, among many other beautiful creatures.
Explore Cromer's history
Get a feel for the true sense of history and pride of this seaside town the Henry Blogg Museum, dedicated to the most decorated lifeboatman in RNLI history, having saved 873 lives in his 53 years' service. The Cromer Museum has a fine collection of fossils, all found in Norfolk, as well as a series of beautiful portraits of Norfolk fisherman. Looking for cheap accomodation Near Cromer? Travelodge Norwich Central Riverside Hotel is just 20 miles away. Alternatively a couple of miles further towards Yarmouth you have Travelodge Great Yarmouth Acle Hotel.