The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum tells the story of the RNLI's most decorated volunteer. Henry Blogg and his crew rescued 873 people from drowning at sea.
We are a busy interactive museum with lots to explore. There is 'kit' to try on, crabs to measure and Morse Code to practice!
The museum is located on the Esplanade in Cromer in the Rocket House building overlooking the sea.
Please call ahead if you would like advice on visiting during quieter periods.
Travel by public transport
On leaving the bus walk to your right along Church Street, turn left into The Gangway, bear right across the gardens, cross the bridge, use the lift to descend to street level. The entrance to the museum is at the front of the building.
As Cromer is an old town, some of the paths are very narrow.
Travel by taxi
There is no official drop off point but visitors with mobility issues can be dropped off at the front door where our volunteers will be happy to help further.
Path to main entrance
The main entrance is directly from the Esplanade. There are two sets of double width automatic sliding doors. There are two dark mats.
Getting around inside
Visual Impairment - General Information
Visitors can use signal lamps to practice Morse code which causes some flashing lights.
The toilet is in the Rocket House building lobby. From the museum entrance it is a short walk but it is uphill. From the lobby there is a lift which will take you to the Cafe or to the top of the cliff with access to town centre facilities.
Getting around outside
Please be careful when crossing the cobbled Gangway.
There is a flattened crossing area for mobility vehicles and push chairs.
Customer care support
Emergency evacuation procedures