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Cromer Parish Church (St Peter and St Paul)

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Well worth a visit

North Norfolk is full of fascinating little churches, dotted around. We wandered into this one to... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Visited Roof Tower on a Windy Day

Paid a small fee to walk up the tower (88 stone steps) using the spiral stair case. It was very... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Julie M
Pontefract, United Kingdom
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The Parish Church was built in the 15th Century and was extensively restored in the late 19th Century. Today, it's home to a large congregation with friendly, relaxed and contemporary services in a variety of styles. Visitors are welcome at all...more
Church Street, Cromer NR27 9HH, England
+44 1263 512000
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Reviewed yesterday

North Norfolk is full of fascinating little churches, dotted around. We wandered into this one to have a look around and see what history the church has. An imposing exterior for what was a building constructed in what was one quite a small community. The...More

Thank OldDeuteronomy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Paid a small fee to walk up the tower (88 stone steps) using the spiral stair case. It was very windy but managed to get great views across Cromer and beyond on a clear day. The guides were very helpful and friendly pointing out interesting...More

Thank Julie M
Reviewed 11 September 2018

We wandered into the church for a look around and were great by a lovely lady who told us more about the church, the local area and the tower. We paid £2 each to walk up the tower (lots of steep steps!) but it was...More

Thank Victoria C
Reviewed 8 September 2018

We always look for a local church when away on holiday...historical rather than religious. This church is both inviting for all visitors.. We were made to feel most welcome as visitors as well as welcoming the local community on a daily basis.. Well worth a...More

Thank Claire S
Reviewed 5 September 2018

A short stop in Cromer on a day out, and not a lot of time to spare, we called into the Church. I've been to Cromer many times, and never before have I visited the church. I really should have. I've always known that from...More

Thank frankart_10
Reviewed 2 September 2018

You can climb up to the tower roof and get the best view in Norfolk. Happened to b ethereal for the organ recital rehearsal and enjoyed the experience. Other churches could learn for this, with cafe and gift shop.

Thank Mrfooduk
Reviewed 20 August 2018

Greeted by volunteers with leaflets to guide you around. Lovely stain glass windows and for a cost of £2 you can climb the tower. Also has a cafe with homemade cakes and scones.

Thank wrightclan12
Reviewed 15 August 2018

We visited this church with my daughter and son-in-law recently and decided to climb the tower (the tallest in Norfolk). The fact in brackets should have alerted us to the fact that there are a lot of steps and it's quite a cardio workout but...More

Thank thomapet
Reviewed 12 August 2018

On entering the church were greeted and handed two different leaflets. A very interesting historical display inside the main church. Attractive stained glass.

Thank NottinghamAllen
Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

I love visiting churches and asked my husband to wait outside whilst I popped in. One of the volunteers came up to me and said we could bring the dogs in. She explained that one of the parishioners brought her dog to Sunday service so...More

Thank Nursej9c
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