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Visiting Fulham Palace

Free admission, open daily

We are located at:
Bishop’s Avenue
Fulham
London SW6 6EA

Just a ten minute walk from the Putney Bridge Underground Station (District Line)

 

Important information for visitors 

The museum and some historic rooms are currently closed while we restore the spaces and update the displays ready for the new museum. Our Bishop Terrick rooms remain open as usual throughout. The museum will be reopening on 25 May with new rooms and displays – we look forward to welcoming you to see the transformation!

During January and February the Tudor courtyard entrance to the Palace will be closed and access to the Palace will be through the café’s terrace entrance. During this period the Tudor courtyard will be closed to the public.

The great hall is closed from January to March while it is restored. You are still able enter through the gates on Bishop’s Avenue from January to March while work to the driveway takes place. Instead of the driveway, take the temporary path to the right hand side which will lead you past the chapel and onto the main lawn.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.

Opening Hours


Museum, historic rooms and shop

The museum, shop and some historic rooms are currently closed while we restore the spaces and update the displays ready for the new museum. Our Bishop Terrick rooms remain open as usual throughout. The museum will be reopening on 25 May with new rooms and displays – we look forward to welcoming you to see the transformation!


The drawing room café

Winter 

  • 10.00 to 16.00 daily

Summer (from Sunday 31 March 2019)

  • 9.30 to 17.00 daily

 Botanic garden

  • From dawn until dusk daily

We ask visitors to leave site by approximately 30 minutes before dark.  Please take note of the signage around site which notes the time you are expected to exit.


 Walled garden

Winter

  • 10.15 to 15.45 daily

Summer (from Sunday 31 March 2019)

  • 10.15 to 16.15 daily

Please note – whilst we welcome small-scale picnics, we do not permit riding bikes, ball games and dogs in the Garden.  We also respectfully request that banners and balloons are not tied to trees as we are the second oldest botanic garden in London. For more information, including our events bookings policy, view our FAQ’s

Experience Fulham Palace through the videos below:

 
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