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Our fundraising is currently focused on our HLF restoration project and our greatest need fund. That is because, between them, they will transform the fortunes of Fulham Palace into one of London’s most loved and successful heritage attractions.

Restoration Project

Discovering the Bishop of London’s Palace in Fulham is our £3.8m project to restore the Tudor Quadrangle, Great Hall and gardens (which predate Kew) back to their former glory. We will deepen our supporters’ and visitors’ connection with the site’s rich heritage through an expanded volunteer and community programme, increased learning opportunities, imaginative exhibitions, events and interpretation.

Imagine the Great Hall with a new floor, paintings on the wall, replica furniture and a roaring fire!   Picture the gardens with the exotic plants first brought over to England by the remarkable botanist and bishop, Henry Compton in the 17th century!

More about the project


Greatest Need Fund

Unrestricted gifts allow us to plan for the future with confidence, support priority projects and resources, and to adapt to emerging needs and opportunities. A donation from you to the Greatest Need Fund will help us react quickly to these, whether that is by providing new learning materials for our outreach projects or funding a vital piece of equipment for community activities or supporting key conservation work in our museum.

To donate now please click on one of the options below:


  1. Donate online via the secure PayPal button below:


2.  Donate via post by downloading the Fulham Palace Trust Donation & Gift Aid form


If you would like to speak to our Development Team directly, please contact development@fulhampalace.org

Development Office
Fulham Palace
Bishop’s Avenue

020 7751 2437

Thank you for your support.

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