With a range of temporary and permanent exhibitions, a 13 acre botanic garden, café and shop, we are a leading destination for days out, coach trips and educational visits.
Fulham Palace welcomes groups and offers a range of tours that can be tailored for special interests or access requirements. See our group visits leaflet.
Get in touch with us to book your group visit.
- History tour (90 minutes)
Discover the rich history of Fulham Palace. Explore the home of the Bishop of London for over 1,300 years and see how the Bishops and their families shaped the house and garden over the centuries.
- Garden tour (75 minutes)
Stroll around our botanic garden, the second oldest in London, and find out about the ‘botanising Bishops’ whose passion for horticulture shaped the garden and made it famous across the world.
- The history of Bishop’s Park (75 minutes)
Explore this Grade II listed public park on the River Thames. Formed in 1893 on land donated by the Bishops, it was extensively restored in 2011 and includes an urban beach, ornamental lake and a range of gardens.
- The Palace and the Church (75 minutes)
All Saints, the ancient Parish Church of Fulham, has always been closely linked to Fulham Palace. Visit the tombs of the Bishops of London and view the beautiful stained glass and monuments in this important Victorian church.
- Coming soon… Architecture tour (75 minutes)
From a Tudor courtyard to a Victorian chapel, the architecture of the house reflects Fulham Palace’s varied history. Hear how the changing tastes and needs of the Bishops and their wives reshaped the house over the centuries.
A special group visit menu is available for groups who want to make the most of their visit and enjoy a selection of refreshments from our café. Booking is recommended for groups of 16 or more. To book contact email@example.com or
+44 (0)20 7610 7162.
Self led group tours
We recommend you take a tour with one of our knowledgeable and highly trained tour guides who have a vast knowledge of the history of the Palace. Tours led by Fulham Palace leaders get priority in the Palace; if you are leading a self-led tour we ask that you give way to these groups when you see them. Entry to the Palace is free, but as a charity we’d really appreciate a donation to support our work.
Fulham Palace is in west London beside the River Thames, next to Putney Bridge. We’re easily accessible by both public transport and coach. Plan your group’s journey.
Looking for an inspiring speaker for your next group meeting or event? How about a fascinating illustrated talk on Fulham Palace? Talks can cover a range of specialist topics related to the Palace, including its long history, archaeological excavations, the garden, recent restorations and much more.