Christmas fair preview
Looking to enjoy a quieter market experience?
Adults are invited to our Christmas fair preview evening exclusively for adults. Enjoy a glass of prosecco and a nibble while browsing the market and gorgeously decorative festive Palace.
Our Christmas fair market, done in collaboration with Duck Pond Markets, showcases a variety of small business stalls of fine foods and gifts, perfect for buying some thoughtful presents. With over 65 stalls, you’re bound to find a gift for everyone on your list!
The Fulham Palace garden stall will be selling handcrafted Christmas wreaths made by our gardeners and volunteers, while the museum shop will also have festive decorations and gifts, with each purchase supporting the Palace.
Festive photo booth
Join our digital photobooth for festive and fun photos! Pick a prop and smile big for photos at the free photo booth in the historic Palace.
Free, donations are gladly accepted. Images will be uploaded to a public DropBox and can be downloaded here after the event.
Gift grotto tombola
Have you been naughty or nice? Find out and test your luck with our gift grotto tombola featuring a variety of prizes from stallholders and local businesses. All proceeds go towards supporting the Palace. £3 a ticket or 4 tickets for £10
Find out more about the fantastic tombola prizes in our gift grotto.
For our Patrons
We are delighted to invite our Patrons to enjoy exclusive access to the morning room with festive wine tasting and nibbles from 18.00 – 19.00.
Vinomojo will be guiding us through a wine tasting to help you find your perfect Christmas wine. What’s more, Peak & the Pantry will be creating lavish cheese and charcuterie boards to pair!
For any questions concerning the Patrons experience or becoming a Patron, please email Imogen Arcangeli at email@example.com.
Our annual Christmas fair event is kindly sponsored by Douglas & Gordon.
View highlights from last year
Additional information & FAQs
- Service dogs are welcome to do their job, other dogs and animals are not permitted on site and should be left at home.