Alfred Corry Lifeboat Museum
The Alfred Corry Museum offers visitors an insight into the lives of the Southwold Lifeboat Crews between 1893 to 1918. It also charts the history of the 'Alfred Corry' herself, right up to the present day. The exhibits are housed in a Grade II listed lifeboat shed, which was formerly situated on Cromer pier. The building was brought to Southwold by sea and was restored in 1998. It is now one of the few remaining examples of its type built by the RNLI at that time.