The main building, café and Museum
The building is fully wheelchair accessible. The main entrance is reached by the drive and via the West Courtyard. The entry into the courtyard is all on one level, however there are a number of cobblestones to move over at the archway entrance.
Once inside Fulham Palace there are a small number of steps in the main corridor, though a route through the East Courtyard takes you up a ramp. Access to the Museum is via the Great Hall where there is one step into the museum corridor; alternatively access via the East Courtyard is step free.
Alternative access to the building is available from the garden terrace and café at the rear of the building off the main lawn. There is ramp access to the café. Access to the Museum from this entrance is step free.
Once in the Museum there are two steps in the museum corridor, a ramp is available at all times. Museum staff will provide assistance if required.
Jessie Mylne Education Centre
The Education Centre is step free and fully wheelchair accessible.
The paths in the main gardens are level and have a generally solid surface with a small amount of gravel.
Access into the Walled Garden via the Tudor gate has one step. The north gate entrance is step free. The paths in the Walled Garden are level and have a thin gravel surface. Benches are provided throughout the gardens.
The public areas of the Walled Garden vinery are step free.
There is limited parking in the Fulham Palace car park for disabled visitors. Please contact us at least 24 hours prior to your visit and provide the details of the registration number, make and model of vehicle and the date of your visit. Telephone 020 7736 3233.
There is no general parking available. There are a large number of parking spaces on Bishop’s Avenue which are metered. Please note that parking is restricted to one hour on Fulham Football Club match days, including Sundays.
There are accessible toilets in the East Courtyard, Chapel Corridor, Museum and Education Centre.
Access to the Chapel Corridor is restricted when a function is taking place.
Borrow a wheelchair
A wheelchair is available to borrow. If possible please advise us in advance of your visit. Please telephone 020 7736 3233.
Visually Impaired Visitors
Torches and magnifying glasses are available in the Museum on request.
A four minute audio/visual introduction to the restoration project is available in the Museum.
A Museum Steward is in each Museum room and will provide assistance as required.
Guide and assistance dogs
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.