What's On in February at Fulham Palace
Fun events for children on offer throughout the month
February 8, 2pm - 3.30pm - Museum Drop-in
February 17 - Bedazzled Palace Banquet, a jam packed workshop filled with themed games, activities, mini challenges and lots of fun. 10am-12pm session is for 3-5 year olds, and the 12.30pm-2.30pm session is for 6-8 year olds. £14 per child, or £12 for a sibling when two or more tickets are purchased together. Price includes squash and a mini snack. Booking essential, click here to book.
February 18, 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm - Fulham Palace Fun Day. A day of free family fun including crafts, drama and dressing up! This is a free event, no booking necessary.
February 21, 10.30am-12.15pm - Young Archaeologists Club. Find out more about this club here.
February 23, 2pm - The Role of the Post Office in the First World War. During World War I, army chaplains regularly helped soldiers read and write letters. Join this talk by Chris Taft, Head of Collections at the British Postal Museum & Archive to learn more about the role of the Post Office during this time. Tickets £8 per person, £5 concessions with £1 discount for Fulham Palace and Bishop’s Park volunteers. Booking recommended, click here to book.
Two events taking place during February have already sold out - a Wisteria Pruning Workshop led by Fulham Palace head gardener Lucy Hart and the very popular Opera at the Palace.
Regular events also continue this month:
Wednesday February 4, Sunday February 8, Tuesday February 17 and Sunday January 22, 2pm
An exhibition of Fulham Palace through the Great War is also continuing daily until April 16.
The exhibition tells the story of the Great War at the Palace, the role of the Bishop of London during the national crisis and commemorate those connected with the household who died in the conflict, such as William Burley, the son of the Bishop’s chauffeur.
Admission is free, and you can find out more about the exhibition here.
January 29, 2015