What's On at Fulham Palace in October

Celebrate Apple Day on Sunday

Apple Day at Fulham Palace

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Apple Cake Baking Registration Form

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Sunday October 13 , 11am - 3pm

Apple Day Celebration

Celebrate Apple Day with a day of family fun in Fulham Palace's Walled Garden.

With apple displays and tastings, food and drink stalls, talks and demonstrations, children’s activities, horse and cart rides, an apple cake baking competition judged by Phil Howard, live music from the Threepenny Bit Folk Band and much more, there is something for everyone!

Talks and demonstration by:

  • Phil Howard, double Michelin starred chef
  • Sharon Bassey of the London Bee Keepers Association
  • Mary Wilkinson of Mary’s Marmalades
  • Wood worker and bodger Joseph Bloor

Displays and product tastings by:

  • Watergull Orchards
  • Rude Health
  • Ringden Farm
  • Mary’s Marmalade
  • The Gin Garden
  • Fever Tree Tonics

Children’s Activities:

  • Storyteller Olivia Armstrong
  • Learn about garden wild life with Brenna Boyle of Wild Capital
  • Garden craft activities and dressing up
  • Horse and cart rides

Apple Cake Baking Competition:

Admission is free and no booking is required. It will take place in the Walled Garden.

Historical Tours

Fulham Palace consists of a Tudor manor house with Georgian additions and Victorian chapel – tours visit all areas open to the public and explore this rich history.

Tours begin outdoors with the history of the building and the gardens (weather permitting). Once inside, the group moves through the Great Hall, Victorian Chapel, Bishop Terrick Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bishop Sherlock’s Room and concludes in the two Museum rooms where permanent displays are exhibited. You can purchase a memento of your visit at the Museum shop.

Regular tours take place on the second and fourth Sunday and third Tuesday of the summer months.

Upcoming dates:

October 13, 15 and 27

Tickets £5 per person (Associates and accompanied children free), booking is not required.
Meet 2pm in the museum.

Garden Walks

The gardens of Fulham Palace have a long history and are home to an array of interesting and unusual trees. They have been famous since the days of Bishop Grindal, who sent grapes to Elizabeth I, and were largely influenced by Bishop Compton, a great collector of plants.

Learn about the trees and how they came to be here, view the new vinery and hear about the progress so far and the future plans for the historic kitchen garden.

Upcoming dates:

October 12

Tickets £5 per person (Associates and accompanied children free), booking is not required.
Meet 2pm in the museum.


October 2, 2013