Cromer Pier, situated on the north coast of Norfolk, England, in the civil parish of Cromer, is a seaside pier with a Grade II listing. Located 40 km north of Norwich, it serves as the home for the Cromer Lifeboat Station and the Pavilion Theatre.
The history of a pier in Cromer dates back to 1391, initially taking the form of a jetty. In 1582, Queen Elizabeth I granted the inhabitants of Cromer the right to export wheat, barley, and malt. The proceeds from this trade were designated for the maintenance and improvement of the pier and the town of Cromer.
A substantial restoration project was initiated by the North Norfolk District Council in June 2012, totaling £1.2 million. This comprehensive renovation, which included the replacement of the primary metal trusses and cross braces, concluded in October 2013, just prior to the tidal surge in December of that year.