Welcome to Fulham Palace, a regal summer party venue in London that will transport you and your guests to a world of enchanting gardens, elegant architecture, and rich history. With a standing capacity of 500 guests, this stunning venue is perfect for hosting your next corporate event, private party, or milestone celebration. Nestled on the banks of the River Thames, Fulham Palace is a remarkable Grade I listed building with a history dating back over 1300 years. The venue’s striking Tudor and Georgian architecture provides a picturesque backdrop for your summer event, while its 13 acres of botanical gardens offer a magical setting for outdoor celebrations.
The summer reception space at Fulham Palace is a versatile area that can be tailored to suit your unique event requirements. Whether you’re planning an elegant cocktail reception, a laid-back garden party, or a sophisticated soiree, this enchanting venue will make your summer event truly unforgettable. Fulham Palace’s in-house catering team takes pride in crafting a delectable menu that showcases the finest seasonal ingredients, ensuring that your guests will be delighted by the culinary offerings. Additionally, the venue’s dedicated event coordinators are on hand to help you plan every detail of your summer party, ensuring that your celebration runs seamlessly from start to finish.
Sid Aa year ago
I must say visiting this palace is a very enjoyable experience. It is totally free, not that full except for the cafe & outdoor area, and very breathtakingly beautiful at times. I sincerely enjoyed my visit especially to the exhibition room that was visually engaging and so simply beautiful. I definitely recommend that you book tickets online and have a look.
Ann Price2 months ago
We spent an enjoyable few hours exploring the walled garden, extensive lawns around the palace, a stroll through the palace rooms with its fascinating history & artefacts. There is a delightful cafe with inside seating for cold days & glorious outside seating for sunny days. Extend your visit by walking along The Thames to pretty Bishops Park.
Nick Ma year ago
A vaguely interesting spot for a wander, though it isn't going to take you too long to work your way around the exhibits. Cafe seemed popular/busy. Lots of toilets. Staff welcoming and helpful. If it weren't free, I don't think I'd have enjoyed my time there nearly as much.
Matt Borden12 months ago
The cafe was so nice that I worked there for several hours. The gardens were lovely, and the old church and overgrown graveyard nextdoor are well worth a walk too. Sad to see the invasive box tree moth devastating the old boxwood tree here, but a good educational site!
Becky Tin the last week
This is free to enter, and probably takes an hour at a slow to moderate pace to see the museum, rooms and garden. It’s decent, but also slightly odd. The gardens are nice for a few minute walkthrough or can sit on the grass or one if the few benches for a longer experience. The museum’s volunteers are nice, and the intro video in the shop was helpful, but the rooms are a bit disjunct and arranged more topically rather than linearly, so wasn’t quite sure how it fit into the palace’s history. For example, two rooms were on slavery, one of archaeology, one a timeline but showed more of slavery and world events vs the palace. Some rooms are then empty with just a brief sign of its purpose. It’s worth a wander but set your expectations appropriately. The chapel is nice but easy to miss - just head towards toilets and continue down the hall. Cafe is ok - some seating but not a huge selection of food/snacks. Toilets are adequate.