Fulham Palace is in west London beside the River Thames, next to Putney Bridge. Tubes, trains, buses, bikes – it’s easy to get here using public transport.
Entry to the house and garden is free, if you are visiting the house you will need to book a free ticket in advance. Donations welcome.
London SW6 6EA
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7736 3233
District Line to Putney Bridge Station
The Palace is a 15 minute walk through Bishop’s Park. After leaving the station, walk down Ranelagh Gardens towards the Premier Inn, turn left onto Fulham High Street, then right onto Willow Bank and use the subway under Putney Bridge to access the park. Follow the Thames Path through Bishop’s Park for ten minutes to the Palace entrance. Our back gates through All Saints churchyard are open 10.15-16.00.
Please note this station doesn’t have a lift.
Fifteen minutes from London Waterloo. The Palace is a 25 minute walk down Putney High Street and across Putney Bridge. The 14, 424 and 430 buses taken from across the street from ‘Putney Station’ stop on Putney Bridge at the ‘Putney Bridge Station / Gonville Street’ stop.
Take the steps down from the bridge, then follow the Thames Path through Bishop’s Park for ten minutes to the Palace entrance. For step-free access, use the street closest to the steps to reach the park.
Buses 74, 220 and 430 stop on Fulham Palace Road at the ‘Bishop’s Park Road’ stop. The Palace is a five minute walk down Bishop’s Avenue.
Buses 14, 22, 39, 74, 85, 93, 220, 265, 424 and 430 stop on Putney Bridge at the ‘Putney Bridge Station / Gonville Street’ or ‘St Mary’s / Putney Pier’ stops. Take the steps down from the bridge, then follow the Thames Path through Bishop’s Park for ten minutes to the Palace entrance. For step free access, use the street closest to the steps to reach the park.
Cycle parking is available at the Palace. See Transport for London’s Cycle Journey Planner to help plan your route.
Santander Cycle Hire docking stations are on Bishop’s Avenue and at Putney Bridge Station. See Transport for London’s Santander Cycles for hire costs and docking station locations.
Please note, riding bikes is not permitted on the Fulham Palace site. Please dismount before entering the site and walk your bicycle to the parking area near our gated car park.
Car or taxi
Travelling on Fulham Palace Road / A219, turn onto Bishop’s Avenue. The entrance to the Palace is at the end of Bishop’s Avenue, on the left-hand side.
There is no public parking on-site. An accessible parking bay for blue badge holders only is located within our gated car park. Use the intercom at the car park gates to request access. If possible please call us on +44 (0)20 7736 3233 before your visit and provide the details of the registration number, make and model of vehicle and the date you plan to visit.
Metered parking is available on Bishop’s Avenue — Controlled Parking Zone Y. Additional restrictions apply when Fulham Football Club are playing at home. See London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham’s website for full information on parking times, charges and match day restrictions.
Bishop’s Avenue is a cul-de-sac. If travelling by coach, contact us in advance to arrange access to our car park for turning purposes. Coaches can more easily drive down Bishop’s Park Road, allowing passengers to alight at Bishop’s Park and make the short walk to the Palace’s main entrance.
For more information
You can get in touch with our visitor services team on firstname.lastname@example.org or
+44 (0)20 7736 3233.