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Outdoor theatre at Fulham Palace Enjoy family friendly theatre in the Palace's garden this summer!
This film was produced by local resident and Fulham Palace volunteer Philip Carr.
Restoring Fulham Palace Take a peek behind the scenes and see the Palace as it was being restored - from the new drive and brickwork to planting our new Compton beds.
This film was produced by local resident and Fulham Palace volunteer Philip ...
Introducing the new Fulham Palace Take a look around the restored Palace, including new museum and historic rooms, as well as a stroll through our garden.
This film was produced by local resident and Fulham Palace volunteer Philip Carr.
Volunteers at Fulham Palace Volunteers are at the heart of all that we do - if you love Fulham Palace and want to make a real difference find out how you can get involved!
Tudor May Day at Fulham Palace - May 2019 After Fulham Palace's recent completed restoration project, our launch weekend (May 25 / 26) played host to a fun-filled family day of music, mirth and merriment during our Tudor May Day.
The first of our new monthly family fun days, ...
Palace explorers - learn and play at Fulham Palace Our Palace explorers sessions give you and your child the chance to learn and play together in a truly magical setting.
These are creative hands-on sessions for 2 to 4 year olds and their adults, with a new theme every ...
Spring awakening Watch spring arrive in the botanic garden at Fulham Palace!
Film made by Philip Carr
Our 500-year-old holm oak Find out about the fascinating history of our ancient holm oak.
Restoration Project: Graining the Great Hall See what's happening behind the scenes in the Great Hall as our restoration moves inside. Kevin Jolly takes us through the process of graining.
Film by Philip Carr.
Restoration Project: The new driveway - fit for a Palace! Our new driveway is almost completed. Steve Bevan, our restoration project site manager, describes the work as it continues.
Film by Philip Carr
The Bishop Compton Beds - Planting out Watch the garden team as they plant the new beds with specimens all originally brought to Fulham Palace by Bishop Compton!
Film by Philip Carr
Cultivating Compton: A Community Dig at Fulham Palace Following the success of last year’s excavation, our committed team of archaeological volunteers are digging two trenches to the south-east of our walled garden to make room for the new Compton beds.
Find out what they have found!
Film by ...
Apple Day 2018 Some of the joy of Apple Day at Fulham Palace, captured in this video made by Philip Carr
Step into the Fulham Palace Tudor Hall with our Curator Our Curator, Miranda Poliakoff, explains the history of our Great Hall, from the theft of Elizabeth I's prized salt cellar to learning architecture from a Tudor ghost. She also describes the redisplay of the Great Hall which is being brought ...
Summer in the Fulham Palace Walled Garden A look back at life in the Fulham Palace Walled Garden over the summer in 2018. We're free admission and open all year round so do come and see our 13 acre botanical garden (the second oldest in London) for ...
Fulham Palace Parch Marks Summer 2018 This summer's incredibly hot weather has revealed Fulham Palace's very own 'secret' parchmarks on our Main Lawn, showing the outline of our former chapel built in 1231 and demolished during the late 18th c. during Bishop Terrick’s renovation. Community Archaeologist ...
Beekeeping at Fulham Palace Meet the Fulham Palace Volunteer Beekeepers and hear all about our Walled Garden beehives and our annual honey production
The History of Beekeeping at Fulham Palace - Bee Boles and Skeps Community Archaeologist Alexis Haslam delves into the history of beekeeping here at the Palace including the introduction of our bee boles and skeps during the Tudor period through to the honey our volunteers still produce today. Filmed and produced by ...
Restoring the Fulham Palace Botanical Gardens Hear from our Head Gardener, Lucy Hart about the plans for our botanical gardens, including replanting historic varieties of plants as part of our ongoing Restoration Project.
Filmed and produced by Philip Carr in July 2018.
Exploring the Fulham Palace Tudor Roof Space Take a tour of our Tudor Roof Space with Community Archaeologist, Alexis Haslam and discover what our Restoration Project has uncovered so far including carpenter's marks and the late 1500's earth plaster panels. Filmed and produced by Philip Carr in ...
Fulham Palace Restoration Project Update June 2018 A closer look at the Tudor brickwork restoration being carried out at the front entrance to Fulham Palace, including how the traditional hot lime mortar is produced. We hear from Steve Bevan and Mark Chmielewski from Sykes & Son Limited ...
In the garden at Fulham Palace A day in the life of the beautiful 13 acre botanical garden at Fulham Palace, the second oldest in London, with free admission for all. This was filmed and edited in early summer 2018. Video credit - Philip Carr.
Volunteering at Fulham Palace Volunteers are at the heart of all that Fulham Palace has to offer and are involved in every aspect of Palace life, from helping in the Garden to looking after our bee hives - this video was even produced by ...
Fulham Palace in the Snow Feast your eyes on Fulham Palace's very own Winter Wonderland. It may be cold but it sure is pretty. Filmed in February 2018.
Iain Bright from Historic England speaks about Fulham Palace Iain Bright, from Historic England explains why our site is so special and the significance of an excavation at a 'Scheduled Monument' such as Fulham Palace.
Fulham Palace from the air Fulham Palace is the historic house and garden of the Bishops of London. On the banks of the River Thames, by Putney Bridge in West London, this 13 acre estate is open all year round and admission is free.
A ...
Fulham Palace: Dig the History - Insights from YAC One of our Young Archaeologists' Club members asks some great questions about the Community Archaeology Dig taking place at Fulham Palace in October 2017.
Fulham Palace: Dig the History Learning and Engagement Our Learning and Engagement Manager Nia McIntosh talks about the programme of public events taking place during the Community Archaeology Dig taking place at Fulham Palace in October 2017.
Fulham Palace: Dig the History - Volunteering Our Volunteer Development Manager, Rachel Bray, and Community Archaeologist, Alexis Haslam, talk about the opportunities for volunteers to be involved with the Community Archaeology Dig taking place at Fulham Palace in October 2017.
Fulham Palace: Dig the History We're crowdfunding! Help us raise £15,000 to help fund our October Community Archaeology Dig and uncover more of the history of this ancient site.

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