Lovely Victorian Pier
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
Access to the pier is via a ramp, which is quite steep but not impossible. Once on the pier, it's spacious and the wooden boards aren't too bumpy. There's a shop and a restaurant, which weren't open when I visited, but I've been before and found the shop to be accessible even though it's small, but the restaurant is quite packed with tables and it might be difficult to manoeuvre a chair around in there. We visited the theatre bar and it's quite good for access, but again if it's busy you might have trouble wheeling a chair between the tables. There's a lifeboat and RNLI shop at the end of the pier - they weren't open this time. I've been before and the only way to view the lifeboat is via stairs, but that could have changed by now.
Transport & Parking
I didn't use them this time, so I can't comment, sorry!
Anything else you wish to tell us?
If you want to get onto Cromer seafront, use the lift at the lifeboat museum/Rocket House café, otherwise you'll be faced with very steep slopes.