Having played an instrumental part in the second world war, Norfolk’s museum give life to the black and white images of its history.
Enjoy a day out with your family as you step back in time and revisit some of the county’s most famous occasions.
No visit to Norwich is complete without exploring the cities Castle and reliving the stories of Norfolks past. Alternatively make the most of what’s on your door step and visit the Cromer Museum less than a minute’s walk from the Red Lion.
You could even take a stroll down the beach to discover the locally famous West Runton Mammoth.
Over the years Cromer and the surrounding area have had their fair share of historical moments; everything from Winston Churchill to the West Runton Mammoth! If you want to delve into the bountiful well of Cromers' history we can highly recommend these local attractions:
·Cromer Museum - 5 minutes walking
·Henry Bloggs Lifeboat Museum - 5 minutes walking
·Norwich Castle and Museum - 45 minutes drive
Norwich Museum - http://www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk/Visit_Us/Norwich_Castle/index.htm
Muckleburgh Military Collection - http://www.muckleburgh.co.uk
Henry Blogg Museum - https://rnli.org/find-my-nearest/museums/henry-blogg-museum
Thursford Collection - http://www.thursford.com/the-collection.aspx
Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts - http://scva.ac.uk
Bressingham Steam Museum - http://www.bressingham.co.uk/home.aspx