It holds the last remaining End of Pier Show in Europe but just how much do you know about Cromer Pier?
Cromer Pier is in its 114th year
It’s the Winner of Pier of the Year 2015.
Cromer Pier is a hive of activity during the summer months with people hoping to catch crabs over the side.
In 1993 it was ripped apart by a runaway rig, leaving a gap of almost 40 metres.
The show, known by many as the Seaside Special, dates back to 1978.
Damage from the tidal surge in 2013 led to 11 of the Christmas shows being cancelled.
Cromer Pier Show typically includes over 150 costumes, 48 pairs of shoes, 40 pairs of tights, 33 hats, 31 fascinators and 24 petticoats, all made by just two people.
The record for the quickest costume change took just 17 seconds.
The stage sets have over 100KGs of glitter and 220 metres of LED lighting.
Almost £2m has been invested in the pier recently by the owners North Norfolk District Council, to repair and refurbish it.