A short stroll from Cromer station leads easily into the town centre of one of the oldest and most famous seaside resorts in the UK.

Built high on the cliff, the town overlooks Cromer Pier, a Grade II listed 151-metre-long traditional Victorian pier which is home to the Cromer Pier Pavilion Theatre, Cromer Lifeboat Station and traditional family amusements.

The town centre features a cinema, national retailers and independent shops along with a host of eateries in which you can sample a delicious Cromer crab. Near the seafront, you’ll find many places to buy beach gear, souvenirs, clothes, homeware and fresh local produce. On the first and third Friday of each month, the town holds a street market selling home made cakes and savoury goods, fresh produce, plants and crafts.

The tower of the Church of St Peter and St Paul is the tallest in Norfolk and is often open to the public, providing panoramic views of the town and coast. Both Cromer Museum and the Henry Blogg Museum are within easy walking reach of the station.

Station Information

Cromer Station
21 Holt Rd
Cromer NR27 9EB

Wheelchair Access

Free Parking

Explore the local area

There's plenty to see and do within easy walking distance of Cromer Station


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