Half Term Happenings at Fulham Palace

Learn about wildlife, make your own puppet or join the Fun Day

Willd Capital Roadshow at Fulham Palace

Wild Capital Roadshow

Fulham Palace

Groundwork London

Fulham Palace Drawing Room Cafe



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Monday May 26, 1pm-4pm - Wild Capital Road Show

This Spring Bank Holiday, the Wild Capital Road Show provides a marquee of wildlife discovery for all the family to enjoy.

Inside are a range of activities. There is a tank of minibeasts to meet and learn about, and microscopes to discover fascinating details of nature such as compound eyes and butterfly wing scales. There are also competitions and prizes to be won!

Free; no booking necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Meet on the Main Lawn.

Tuesday May 27, 1pm-3.30pm - Animal Puppets Family Workshop

Join puppet maker Tricia Brummer for this fun family workshop for children aged 5+ and their carers.

Make your own animal puppet and enjoy a performance by Tricia of her puppet show called Flat to Let.

Puppet Worskshop at Fulham Palace

£10 per child; booking essential; as space is limited, only 1 adult per child. To book, call 020 7736 3233, option 7, or email reception@fulhampalace.org

Children must be accompanied by an adult. This event takes place in the Jessie Mylne Education Centre

Wednesday May 28, 10am-12pm, 1pm-3pm - Fulham Palace Fun Day

A day of family fun including crafts, drama and dressing up! In partnership with Hammersmith and Fulham Adult Learning and Skills Service.

Family drama 5 years+ - Drama sessions in a Tudor palace!

Story Telling 1 year+
10.30am -11am

Bloom in the Palace Arts and Craft 3 years+

Blossoms in the Garden Arts and Craft 3 years+

Dressing up drop in- 3 years+ – Why don’t you try on Tudor costumes?

Plus giant chess and Connect 4 in the garden.

Free, no booking necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Friday May 30, 9.30am-11.30am - Thames Foreshore Wildlife Morning

Come mudlarking on the Thames foreshore and see what you can find during this free event. From small fish and eels to black-headed gulls and shrimp.

Join Netty Ribeaux, Groundwork London’s Conservation Officer identifying the animals that live in and around the Thames.

Suitable for children aged 5+. Wellies and waterproofs advised. Tides are influenced by the weather, wind and rain so please be prepared to leaave the foreshore earlier if required.

Free: no booking necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Meet at the Ferry Steps, Bishop's Park, behind the childrens playground.

May 22, 2014