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Cromer Pier, Cromer

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Reviews
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  • Enjoyable stroll round the pier in the February sunshine, very nostalgic of times gone past! Very busy with a theatre at the end of it. Unfortunately, nothing was on that we fancied during our stay ot...  more »
  • We parked up at Overstrand and walked the cliff-top path to Cromer against a strong head wind. Once at Cromer we headed for the pier and sat in our favorite seat just people watching and listening to ...  more »
  • Cromer would not be Cromer without the pier. The highlight is the RNLI boathouse located at the end of the pier. It is well worth seeing and reading about the important role the lifeboat has played in...  more »
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  • It's a lovely peer which had a very nice vibe to it. Not too busy, but it was a Saturday in October so might be very different in the summer. There was a number of street performers (Halloween related), which was lovely. The cafe/restaurant looked nice with plenty of seating areas and probably good for kids. Didn't try the food.
  • Visited the Lifeboat Centre. Close up view of the boat. Lots of history about Cromer Lifeboat Station. Well stocked gift shop. Interesting visit.
  • Beautiful pier beautiful views, random opening times and very very pricey. Cafe and bar need to be open every night especially in summer months. For a seaside town people expect places to go in the evening.
  • Very little to do on the pier. A tea shop, pavilion theatre and RNLI centre. Good for kids crabbing but not in the same league as Southwold pier. Nice views of the beach.
  • Went to the end of the pier show. Absolute classic, old fashioned show with dancers, jokes and variety acts. Bar was well stocked with different drinks. During the interval we went outside and the view as the sun set was breathtaking.