Fulham Palace

Fulham Palace
More photos


Citymapper
Citymapper

Journey Planner

Fulham Palace was home to the Bishops of London from around 700 to 1973. The palace itself is an architectural treasure, including elements from the Tudor, Georgian and Victorian periods. It lies in 13 acres of lawn and gardens that still reflect the 18th-century landscape design. There are many interesting and unusual trees and plants.

The gardens and nearby Bishop's Park were restored between 2010 and 2012, thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Hammersmith and Fulham Council.

Visitors can see the rebuilt vinery, the historic knot garden planted with perennials, a new orchard planted in 2014 and the ongoing work within the walled garden, as more of it is brought back into productive use.

Head Gardener: Lucy Hart

Share this Garden

Pin It Tweet email