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Cromer Museum, Cromer

(4.3/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • A good little museum with a lot of details about Cromer, from prehistoric times to 20th century. It's not very big and will take you probably 45 minutes to complete but well worth a trip. It's located...  more »
  • This was the first time we had visited the museum, despite countless trips to Cromer. It had a well stocked shop with prices to suit all pockets, and a wide variety of items on sale. We were surprised...  more »
  • We visited the museum just to see what the past culture of Cromer was like. Who would have thought that Mammoths roamed around the area. There are several excellent displays from a fishermans house to...  more »
  • Lovely little museum with wheelchair access. You will find this museum will take about a maximum of an hour to complete. There are a couple of activities for young children in one of the downstairs rooms.
  • A good little museum giving the back history yo cromer right from the dinosaurs to modern day. It keeps you busy for 30 minutes or maybe an hour if you read slow. Interesting but not large.
  • We concided our visit with a Punch & Judy show - not enough of this around nowadays. Very well done it was too, pulling all the children and some adults into the farce. The museum consists of a row of Victorian house and outbuildings some of which remain the way they were in that era. A washer woman shows and involves the children in a washing demonstration involving a posser, blue and mangle. Although we missed it, there is a demonstration of the working kitchen. You can also see a Victorian bedroom and living room. There is also a 'treasure hunt' where children can find clues about the woolly mammoth that was excavated nearby. There is plenty to see - don't miss the old photographs from a local photographer. Get out of the rain and visit.
  • Lots of stuff to look at however was as big as I'd expect.
  • Ummmm.........just don't go there