July Entertainment at Fulham Palace

Be a King or Queen on Dress Up Sunday

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Family Fun - Dress Up Sunday
Sunday July 26, 2pm
Dress up in the museum’s wonderful selection of historical costumes.  Be a king, queen, or bishop for the afternoon!
Adults and children welcome, £4 per person.  Booking essential, direct with Museum of Fulham Palace.

Guided tours of Fulham Palace

From May to September tours take place every Sunday and every third Tuesday of the month.  Meet in the Tudor Courtyard at 2pm.
£5 per person, no booking necessary (museum associates and children free)

Garden Walks

Learn about the history of the gardens and the unusual assortment of plant life they are home to, Saturday July 11, 11.30am.
£5 per person, no booking necessary (museum associates and children free)

Royal Tours
The Palace has an illustrious history, numerous kings and queens have visited over the centuries.  Learn about their visits and the Museum objects that have royal connections on   Monday July 27,  meet in the Tudor Courtyard at 2pm.

£5 per person, no booking necessary.

To pre book any of these events, call Fulham Palace on  020 7736 3233, option 6.

Exhibitions

Edwardian Extravaganza: The 1909 Fulham Palace Pageant

Saturday July 18 – Sunday September 20
Quite a show in 1909, this pageant had 10,000 participants.  See how they celebrated, includes costumes of the day.

Butterfly
Catrin Morgan and Rachel Pedder-Smith, open until September 6

This exhibition brings the history of florilegia into the context of the art gallery, presenting two sets of contemporary botanical paintings and texts.

Drawing on the Wind at Fulham Palace 

Year long free sculpture exhibition by the world-renowned sculptor Peter Logan, whose
imaginative work includes kinetic sculptures which bring new life to tree stumps which were victims of the hurricane that hit the Palace grounds some years ago.