Cromer's nearest beach is less than ½ mile from the station. The Lifeboat Station on the Pier is open most days.
TI Louden Road. Tel. 0871 200 3071.
If you plan to book a self-catering cottage in the countryside or a small village check the location carefully and remember to plan your grocery shopping.
Displays include a Victorian fisherman's cottage lit by gaslight, Cromer's history as a Victorian seaside resort,
remains of the West Runton elephant and historic photographs and illustrations of the town.
Tel. 01263 513543.
Open M-F 1000-1600, Sat 1200-1600. Also Apr-Oct, Sun 1300-1600.
This museum is dedicated to the RNLI's most decorated crew member, Henry Blogg, who become known as the
'greatest lifeboatman of all time'. It tells the story of Cromer's lifeboats and their crews.
Tel. 01263 511294.
Open Feb-Nov, TWThFSSu 1000-1600, closes 1700 Apr-Sep.
AmazonaZOO is home to a wide range of animals from tropical South America, including jaguar, otters,
spider monkeys and flamingoes. Café and Play Area.
Tel. 01263 510741.
Open Easter-Oct, Daily from 1000.
The Zoo is ½ mile from Roughton Road station.
One of the finest 17th century houses in East Anglia. The Hall contains its original 18th century furniture,
a large collection of Grand Tour paintings and an outstanding library. The restored Walled Garden includes a
working dovecote. There are waymarked walks through the Park. Restaurant, tearoom and picnic tables.
Tel. 01263 837444.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1200-1700 (1500 in Mar). Estate walks open all year.
Bus 18 from Cadogan Road to Felbrigg Village Green (¾ mile). M-S only, 10 minutes journey, infrequent, no late afternoon return bus. Operated by Sanders Coaches. Traveline tel. 0871 200 2233.
Felbrigg Hall is 2¼ miles from Roughton Road station and 2½ miles from West Runton station.
The National Trust has a selection of holiday cottages in Norfolk, including some on the Felbrigg Estate