|What's On in March at Fulham Palace|
Find out about Fulham's past or join an Easter trail
Events for Families and Children
Sunday March 3, 2pm-3.30pm
Museum drop in afternoon
In honour of the palace's current exhibition on the archaeology of Fulham Palace, this month’s drop in is Roman themed. Come and try on Roman costume, handle artefacts and learn about the history of the Palace.
Free, no booking needed, all ages welcome, takes place in the Fulham Palace Museum.
Please note – children must be accompanied by an adult throughout.Sunday March 31, 1pm - 4pm
Easter story trail
Follow our Easter story trail around the palace and gardens learning about Fulham Palace as you go. On completing the trail receive an Easter egg.
£2 per child, no booking necessary.
Takes place Sunday March 31 and Monday April 1.
EVENTS FOR ADULTS
Monday March 11, 2.30pm
Lecture – ‘The Romans in Greater London’
A lecture by Jenny Hall, specialist consultant in the Roman history and honorary lecturer at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL.
This lecture is part of Fulham Palace's programme of events relating to the current exhibition ‘Found at Fulham’ on archaeological finds from digs at Fulham Palace.
Tickets £8, concessions £5 (Fulham Palace volunteers, Museum Associates, concessions, unwaged). To book, call 020 7610 7169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Fulham archaeological finds amnesty. Bring along objects such as pottery, brick, bottles, clay pipe etc. that you have found in your garden or in the area and show them to the palace's archaeologists.
Free, no booking necessary.Wednesday March 20, 6pm
Lecture Series – London Head Gardeners – Andy Eddy
Fulham Palace's first gardens lecture series focuses on head gardeners at London properties, and the fifth evening talk features Andy Eddy.
Tickets £8, concessions £5 (Fulham Palace volunteers and museum associate, concessions, unwaged)
Found at Fulham Exhibition
‘Found at Fulham’ displays recent archaeological discoveries at Fulham Palace found during the Phase 1 and Phase 2 restoration works and items and information uncovered during the recent Community Archaeology Dig which took place in summer 2012.
The exhibition runs until Wednesday 17 April in Bishop Sherlock’s Room and is available to view during usual museum opening hours, Saturday to Wednesday from 1pm – 4pm.
February 28, 2013