Restore and renew

In recent years three major restoration projects have seen Fulham Palace transformed, allowing more people than ever to discover its incredible story.

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  1. Phase One
    Completed in 2006. Focused on the areas of the house around the east courtyard, including the Georgian suite of rooms overlooking the garden, the upper floors and the roof.
  2. Phase Two 
    Completed in 2012. Saw the restoration of the walled garden and bothies and conversion of the stable block into the Jessie Mylne education centre. Fulham Palace Trust was formed during this phase, taking over the running of the site from the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
  3. Phase Three 
    Completed in 2019. Involved restoring the iconic Tudor courtyard, creating new exhibition spaces, bringing the historic rooms back to life, and continuing the restoration of the botanic garden with improved access and the replanting of historic varieties of plants.

These projects were all generously supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

Future plans

In the coming months and years we want to restore our beautiful chapel, continue restoration work on the house and garden, carry out more archaeological digs, and welcome more visitors to Fulham Palace.

You can help us do all this by:

Our vision is to become one of the UK’s best loved and most inspiring historic houses and gardens. Thank you for helping us get there.

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