Housed in former fishermen's cottages, one of which is recreated as a late Victorian fisherman's cottage, the collections explore the seaside and fishing histories of Cromer. The museum holds a unique gansey (fisherman's jumper) collection and has a dedicated geology gallery, which exhibits important fossils from local cliffs and the beach.
Adults in family: £2.90
Young Person (4-16): £2.10
Museums Pass holders, Friends of Cromer Museum and under 4s free. Discounts for groups, ring 01263 513543 for details.
*Disabled visitors, over 60s and students.
April 2015– October 2015
Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm
Sat: 12 - 4pm
Sun: 1 - 4pm
Closed November 2015 to Easter 2016
( if you cannot see the location map below, right click on it, and select "Refresh". It should now appear ).Latitude: 52.93103752° 52' 41.1° N Longitude: 1.3017021 ° 26' 15.9° E
Cromer Museum organises many events during the year. These include guided walks, victorian days, childrens art workshops and various handling sessions.
Contact us to find out more.
phone +44 (0)1263 513543
Cromer Museum welcomes school visits. For more information visit the website
External Website : http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Cromer_Museum/index.htm
The museum has a fully accessible lift, and an accessible toilet. Assistance dogs are welcome. We also have minicom facilities. There are disabled parking spaces on Tucker Street at the rear of the museum.
How to Find Us
Cromer is easily accessible by train and bus. A bus stop is just outside the museum entrance. To find us from the from the railway station, coach park, bus stops or car parks head for the tall church tower in the centre of town. The museum is just by the church.
There are several well signposted car parks nearby. Cromer has good public transport links, and has regular train, bus and coach services, mainly to and from Norwich and Sheringham.