This award-winning museum illustrates the history of Cromer lifeboats and Blogg most famous rescues. The exhibition brings the story of the RNLI to life and boasts family-friendly interactive displays.
The Watson class lifeboat HF Bailey, which served under Henry in World War II, is the centrepiece, alongside historic photographs, paintings, models and memorabilia.
The museum is also home to the digital archive of the Lifeboat, more than 150 years of lifeboating history in Cromer, the UK and RoI. The archive and other research material can be viewed by appointment as can any object in store.
The museum runs events for children and adults throughout the year, from exhibitions to storytelling sessions. Contact the museum for more information.