Fulham Palace

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Fulham

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  • Address:

    Fulham Palace Bishops Avenue
    London
    SW6 6EA

  • Venue phone:

    020 7736 3233

  • Venue website:

    www.fulhampalace.org

  • Opening hours:

    Museum: Mon-Thur 12.30-4.30pm, Sun & Bank hol Mons noon-5pm (summer); Mon-Thur 12.30-3.30pm, Sun & Bank hol Mons noon-4pm (winter) ; gardens open daily dusk till dawn

  • Transport:

    Tube: Putney Bridge

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Country Life Fair

Things to do, Families

A family-friendly two-day jamboree, run by the upper-crust magazine, that promises to bring rural life to London. There will be canapes and plenty of champers, country outfitters, fishing tackle and shooting accoutrements, as well as stalls covering homes,...

  1. Sat Sep 27 – Sun Sep 28
  2. Fulham Palace
  3. £23-£125 plus booking fee
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Dirty Dancing

After 2004’s straight-to-DVD sequel, the superior original is re-released, digitally restored, to mark the film’s twentieth anniversary. Aside from making fans feel very old, this is also likely to make them feel just as jubilant and light-footed as...

  • Thu Aug 28:

    • 20:15

Singin' In The Rain

Re-issue of Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly's 1952 musical extravaganza, chronicling a love affair in the Golden Age of silent movies.

  • Thu Sep 11:

    • 19:45

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Evelyn

I came to Fulham Palace to walk in the beautiful gardens and was very pleased to find the museum to be informative and interesting. It is small, but manages to tell the story of the Palace very well, with nicely presented cabinets for children (I especially loved the Victorian dollhouse). It seems like everyone was here at one point! The Neolithic, Romans, etc. Even though the weather was cold and rainy, the gardens were at their autumnal best with beautiful colours and plaques telling about the trees. I had a lovely visit and warmed up in the café afterwards, which serves a very nice cup of tea. Fulham Palace is a hidden gem and I recommend a visit if you want to see more of West London for free. It makes for a very nice afternoon indeed.