Fulham Palace

First acquired by Bishop Waldhere in 704, Fulham Palace was the historic residence of the Bishop of London until 1973. It is a fascinating mixture of architectural styles; from the red brick Tudor courtyard to the restrained elegance of the Georgian east front and the Victorian neo-Gothic chapel by William Butterfield.

The museum is set in the early 19th century part of the Grade One listed building and features paintings, stained glass and details of the history and archaeology of the Palace and its gardens.

Opening Hours
March to October

Wednesday to Sunday from 2pm until 5pm.

November to February

Thursday to Sunday from 1pm until 4pm.

Closed from 1731 December.

Fulham Palace
Bishop's Avenue

Location Map

+44 (0)20 7736 3233

Getting There
Bishop's Avenue is located off Fulham Palace Road.

Nearest Tube / Rail Station
Putney Bridge

Bus Routes
14, 22, 39, 74, 85, 93, 220, 265, 270, 424

Wheelchair access.