Immerse yourself in 19th Century Cromer life in this cosy Victorian fisherman’s cottage.
Explore this cosy Victorian fisherman’s cottage and immerse yourself in 19th Century Cromer life. And discover the town’s history as a seaside resort with fine hotels and scandalous mixed bathing. Admire the beautiful portrait photographs of North Norfolk fishermen by Olive Edis, Norfolk’s pioneering female photographer. See an amazing collection of fossils and find out about the famous West Runton elephant.
Young person: £3.50
Family (1 adult + children): £10.85
Family (2 adults + children): £14.45
Twilight ticket (one hour before closing): £1.50
Adults talk price £3 (£2 Norfolk Museums Pass holder)
Museums Pass holders, Friends of Cromer Museum, under 4s: Free
Group visits (10+ people – advance bookings only)
Concessions group: Â£3.50
Youth group: Â£3.15
More information about group visits
Payment can be made on the day of your visit by cash, credit card or cheque (made payable to Norfolk County Council)
Visitors with disabilities may bring one companion in free
Your ticket is valid all day, so if you want to explore Cromer you can pop in and out as much as you want.
*Concessions for visitors with disabilities, over 65s and students.Visitors with disabilities may bring one companion in free of charge
Open daily until 31 October 2019
Monday to Friday 10am-4pm