Cromer is a characterful seaside resort brimming with Victorian charm, from the historic wooden pier to the cobblestoned Old Town. Spend your time strolling along the beach, visiting historic country estates and devouring freshly-caught Cromer crab.
Things to do
Cromer is fringed by a lively seaside strip anchored by a bustling wooden pier. You can enjoy a meal at Tides Restaurant or catch a show at the glamorous Pavilion Theatre, from comedy acts to Burlesque shows.
Venture inland and you'll find a maze of cobblestone lanes lined with brightly painted houses home to sun-dappled cafes, ice cream parlours and souvenir stalls. Don't miss Henry Blogg Museum, a family-friendly attraction where you can tap Morse code messages, signal with semaphore flags and check out a World War II lifeboat.
Do you love seafood? Cromer produces some of Britain's best seafood, so don't leave without sampling Cromer crab, a local crustacean known for its sweet and delicate flavour. Davies restaurant is a local institution, serving up mussels, cockles and piles of Cromer crab.
There's plenty on offer for history buffs, with attractions like Felbrigg Hall dating back to the 17th century. The handsome Jacobean mansion is set in a beautiful estate in the Norfolk countryside. You can tour the grand Georgian house, stroll around the manicured English gardens and peer into the glass orangery.
You can get around Cromer on foot and the resort is well-serviced by a railway network, with trains running to Norwich in around one hour. The most convenient way to explore the North Sea coast and the Norfolk countryside is with a rental car.
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