The pier has records dating back as far as 1391. In the year 1822 Cromer pier was upgraded to a 64 metre long cast iron structure which was destroyed in a storm just 24 years later. Following this a wooden pier was buit but this was badly damage after a coal boat collide with it. The pier is now owned and maintained by North Norfolk District Council and was voted Pier of the Year 2015 by the National Piers Society.
The Famous Cromer Pier is now 151 metres long and is a traditional Victorian pier and is one of only five UK seaside pier’s with a full working theatre and boasts the only end of pier show of it’s kind in the World.
This is a historic and unique attraction on the beautiful North Norfolk Coast and really is somewhere you must visit during your visit to Norfolk.
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