In the garden


With the onset of winter, the garden at Fulham Palace has changed once again and the beautiful silhouettes of our deciduous trees are finally revealed.  There are however many evergreen trees still holding their form.  Our much loved 500-year-old Holm Oak, Quercus ilex, a Great Tree of London and one of the oldest of its kind in Britain, stands wide and tall unaffected by the wintery weather.

The Fulham Palace walled garden is still well worth a visit. We leave the borders uncut until spring, so seed heads and leaf forms sparkle when there is a heavy frost.  The cover of plant material also protected the soil and provides wintering habitats for wildlife.

Look out for:

  • sparkling frosts on the grass and borders
  • beautiful tree silhouettes

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Natural play area

Our new natural play area is now open! This play area uses logs and wooden objects saved from previous tree work on site as a basis for natural play, encouraging families to connect with nature in a fun and enjoyable way. Children are encouraged to interact creatively with natural materials set in a woodland area of our botanic garden.

Falconry experience in the walled garden

Join the team from London Falconry to discover the origins of falconry and how it relates to the fascinating history of Fulham Palace, flying through the idyllic gardens and woodland nestled in the heart of London.

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Garden opening times

Botanic garden

dawn until dusk

Walled garden summer

10.15 – 16.15

Walled garden winter

10.15 – 15.45