The Museum of Fulham Palace charts the long history of the Fulham Palace site, from Prehistoric times and Roman settlement, through Medieval, Tudor, Georgian and Victorian bishops to the present day.
The Museum Collection includes paintings, archaeology and artefacts, as well as the Palace itself, as demonstrated by a fascinating 1:50 scale model of the building. The collection is permanently displayed in two rooms of the Palace which have been restored to their original state of Georgian splendour. Some displays are interactive, providing children with opportunities to engage more directly with the objects.
Look out for…
The knot garden as replanted in it's original 1830s design
The Salviati mosaic in the Victorian Chapel
Did you know?…
The 500 year old Holm oak is a Great Tree of London
The moat, now mostly filled is the longest domestic moat in England
The Magnolia is one of many trees to be grown for the first time in Europe at Fulham Palace
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