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Fulham Palace

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Fulham Palace

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Fulham Palace was the episcopal retreat of the Bishops of London. The present building was built in Tudor times, with later significant Georgian and Victorian additions. It would be more accurate to call it a manor house than a palace, but it gives a fine glimpse into the changing lifestyles and architecture of nearly 500 years, from the Tudor hall to the Victorian chapel; try out the echo in the courtyard. Guided tours of the palace and grounds (£5) take place at 2pm on the second and fourth Sunday and the third Tuesday of each month. Garden walks take place on the first and third Sunday of the month at 2pm (£5). The grounds offer some lovely spots to take a picnic, or indulge in a classy cake from the café. There's also access to a glorious stretch of riverside walks. Best of all, the delights of Fulham Palace still seem largely uncovered by the majority of Londoners.

Fulham Palace says
Discover Fulham Palace, the historic estate of the Bishop of London since 704 AD. The beautiful house, which includes a museum and cafe, and 13-acre botanical garden are now open to all to discover over 1300 years of British history in the heart of London. Open daily, admission is free.

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Address: Bishops Avenue
London
SW6 6EA
Transport: Tube: Putney Bridge
Price: Free
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Opening hours: 9.30am-5pm daily
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