Cromer is a British tourist city, with a special character at all for attractions, especially for wealthy families, since the beginning of the nineteenth century until the present time
To start with, it is a joy to talk about, as it has many real opportunities for outing and entertainment.
If the imagination takes me with the magic of her beauty and the flow of sweet talk about her, do not blame me, dear visitor, before you feel all these feelings, and do not be stingy to visit her to judge for yourself, whether she deserves sweet words or am I exaggerating.
It is a city with a fruitful character to visit, with all its places visited by visitors.
Cromer is located on the North Norfolk coast and is known as the jewel of the Norfolk coast, which is why it is known and even famous for its delicious lobster, and sandy beaches as far as its eye can see.
It also has a Victorian dock, and houses plenty of museums, ornate Victorian homes, traditional shops, and local art galleries.
We will review with you now, dear visitor, the most important and prominent tourist attractions in the city.
The beach is spread by grass-covered slopes, reaching a height of about 60 meters.
It is characterized by fine sand resulting from the low tide process, and its miles-long coastline divides the wharf into two parts:
The eastern beach and the western beach, both of which are suitable for swimming in summer times.
The pier was inaugurated in 1901, and Cromer Pier is one of the most attractive factors for tourists with its waterfront.
It is a favorite place to hang out with locals, and its theater includes Baquelion, which offers various shows of culture and comedy.
Lifeboat station at Cromer
It was established in 1804 AD, and it has achieved a lot of success with nearly 1,300 rescue operations, and it was rebuilt in the late nineties.
Felberg Hall House, known for its rural atmosphere, dates back to the 17th century, so tourists visit it for its Baroque style, which includes an east wing in 1924 and a west wing in 1680, and visitors can wander inside this palace.
Which allows to see the great hall, which includes windows from the 15th century, next to the dining room, drawing room, cabinet room, library and Chinese bedroom equipped with wallpaper printed from China. The palace is surrounded by many forests, which amount to approximately 500 acres, in addition to walls decorated with fruit and orange nurseries.
Cromer Parish Church
The Church of St. Peter and Paul was established in the 13th century, and it has been defined by the architect Arthur Bloomfield on a larger scale in the 19th century, who excelled in defining it to show what it is that distinguishes it, especially for its ceilings made of wood, its colored windows and its tower, which reaches a height of 58 meters To have a panoramic view overlooking its distinct North Norfolk countryside and the coast, to enchant its visitors with this view.
Hillside Shire Horse Sanctuary
This shelter includes the horses that were rescued from some farms, and a census was made for these horses, as in 2018, about 3000 animals lived in the hills with utmost freedom.
They varied from mules and donkeys to birds to sheep as well as horses.
The sanctuary also housed many shops, cabarets, cafes, and a museum containing ancient historical agricultural tools.
The Cromer Museum enjoys its discovery of the rich biology of the town, and some of the wonderful fossils collected from the region, as it includes the largest chalk rocks ever in all of Europe.
The museum includes a hut decorated with period furniture.
North Lodge Park
This quiet park is a good place to soak up the sunshine and the sea air, with attractive views over the sights of Cromer such as the Parish Church and the pier. The park includes a pond for boats and a corner for children and also organizes regular theater performances during the summer.
A lush garden with a pleasant air blended gently with the sun’s rays.
It has an attractive view of the tourist attractions in Cromer.
Such as the pier, the Church of Paris, and the park also includes a special side for children, and a water pool for boats.
It organizes theatrical performances and artworks in the summer