What's On in August at Fulham Palace

Kids can get creative at The Art Marquee on Wednesdays

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Book tickets for the Three Musketeers

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Online booking for The Outbuildings of Fulham Palace

Online booking for a Walk with the Head Gardener

 

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Wednesday 12, 19 and 26 August,  1pm -4pm - The Art Marquee


Get creative at the Art Marquee! Join the Main Lawn for these drop-in sessions each Wednesday in August and try your hand at creating some Georgian crafts.

£2 per child, no booking necessary. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Monday August 31, 9.30am-11am - Guided Walk of the Thames Foreshore


Join local experts Phil Emery and Keith Whitehouse on a guided foreshore walk from Bishop's Park and piece together the story of this ancient place on the Thames.

This is an adult event, but accompanied children are welcome. Free event, but booking is recommended here.

Monday August 31, 1pm-4pm - Wild Capital Road Show

This August Bank Holiday, the Wild Capital Road Show provides a marquee of wildlife discovery on the Main Lawn with activities for all the family.

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

Regular monthly events also continue in August:

Thursday August 13, 2pm - Garden Walk

Tour the Fulham Palace garden and discover more about it's history and the rare plants grown at the Palace today.

£5 per person, accompanied chldren free
No booking essential, meet in the Museum

Monthly Historical Tours 

Sunday August 16, 12.15pm and Tuesday 18, Sunday 23 Aug, both 2pm 

Learn the secrets of Fulham Palace on this Historical Tour through the grounds and public rooms of the Palace. £5 per person, no booking necessary, meet in the Museum. Click here for more information on tours.

 

JAugust 5, 2015