Fulham Palace

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Fulham Palace was home to the Bishops of London from around 700 to 1973. The palace itself is a fascinating mixture of architectural styles from the Tudor, Georgian and Victorian periods set in 13 acres of gardens that still reflect the 18th-century landscape design. These include many interesting and rare trees and plants.

The gardens and nearby Bishop's Park were restored between 2010 and 2012. A third phase of restoration is under way which should be completed by June 2019.

Visitors can see the rebuilt vinery, the historic knot garden planted with perennials, a new apple arch of 2018 and the daily work of the productive kitchen garden.

Head Gardener: Lucy Hart

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