• Restoration Tour 2018
  • Tudor Courtyard
  • Brian Thomas Murals
  • Tudor archway  to walled garden
  • Rococo ceiling Bishop Sherlock's Room
  • West range of west courtyard
  • East facade
  • Butterfield chapel
  • Knot garden and vinery
  • Postcard c.1900-10
  • Restoration Tour 2018

Fulham Palace

Stiff Leadbetter

place
Bishop's Avenue, SW6 6EA
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Partial disabled access, Bookshop, Refreshments, Toilets
Residence of the Bishop of London until 1973. Tudor red-brick courtyard with Georgian additions & Butterfield Chapel (1867). Walled garden. Two previous HLF funded restoration projects; a third is in progress due for completion spring 2019.

Access

Sunday 23rd

Open 11am–5pm

Access via ramps to ground floor for general tours. (max visitors 400)

group
  • Tours of public rooms & Jessie Mylne Education Centre every 60 mins (12pm-4pm) max 30 per tour. Tours start West Courtyard.
  • Tours of upstairs offices (including Tudor roof) at 10.30am, 11.30am (Max 10 per tour)
  • Garden tour at 2pm (Max 20 per tour)

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Design

Original design
Stiff Leadbetter, 1766
Extension
Samuel Pepys Cockerell (1814-18), William Butterfield (1866-1893), 1814
Refurbishment
Thomas Ford & Partners, 2010
Type
Museum, Historical house
Period
Victorian, Tudor, Georgian