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Entry to the house and garden is free. Donations welcome.
COVID-19 update: Fulham Palace is closed
This page was updated on 23 March 2020
From 17.00 on Monday 23 March we have taken the difficult decision to close the Fulham Palace site completely. We believe that this is the best way we can do our part to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic. We kept our garden open as long as we could to offer green space and tranquillity at this difficult time, however, the health of our visitors, volunteers and staff is our highest priority. We will continue to review the situation and endeavour to reopen as soon as is possible.
As you will already be aware, these coming weeks and months will be a difficult time for the Palace. The impact on the hospitality, arts and culture sectors is potentially more serious than on many others. As an independent charity we receive no government funding. If you can donate to support us during these uncertain times it will make an enormous difference. You can do so here.
Thank you, as always, for your support.
CEO, Fulham Palace
London SW6 6EA
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We want everyone to enjoy Fulham Palace. To make our garden safe for both visitors and plants — we’re the second oldest botanic garden in London! — we don’t allow dogs, bike riding, tree climbing, ball games, putting stakes in the ground or tying banners and balloons to our trees. See our FAQs for more information.