Cromer is a pretty historic seaside town with much to offer, including lovely clean unspoilt beaches, interesting shops and a wide choice of places to eat.

Likely the most famous attraction is the renowned Cromer Pier which is over 100 years old and is home to the UK's only remaining traditional end of the pier variety shows, including the Seaside Special. 

Next up on your to-do list should be the famous Cromer crab. It’s served in many pubs and restaurants in the town as a local delicacy and is not to be missed.

Cromer has had a lifeboat Station for over 200 years, and lifeboats were launched from the area even before the RNLI formed in 1824. These days you can visit the lifeboat station and see them launch from the new Cromer Lifeboat Station at the end of the pier. Alongside that, it is well worth visiting the RNLI Henry Blogg Museum, where you can learn about the history of the Cromer lifeboats and the outstanding Coxswain Henry Blogg. Henry was an outstanding individual and the most decorated lifeboatman in the RNLI. During his time, he was awarded three gold and four silver medals for gallantry, and the George Cross and the British Empire Medal. He served the station for an amazing 53 years, so he’s got a fascinating story to share.

Finally, you cannot miss a traditional fun day out for all the family on the Blue Flag award-winning beach.