Fulham Palace

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Fulham Palace is one of the earliest and most intriguing historic powerhouses situated alongside the River Thames. Its origins date back to 704 AD and, for over thirteen centuries, it was the summer residence of the Bishops of London. A scheduled ancient monument it is also a site of archaeological significance, with evidence for human activity dating back to as early as 4,000 BC.
Today Fulham Palace is open to the public, with a museum, exhibitions, historic rooms, shop, café and 13 acres of botanical gardens. Open seven days a week with free entrance, Fulham Palace is a hidden gem by the river.

Fulham Palace
Bishop's Avenue
London, SW6 6EA

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