The former home of the Bishop's of London. Fulham Palace gardens were famous in the seventeenth century but now have lawns, trees and shrubs. The Register of Historic Gardens records that 'The pleasure grounds are largely laid to grass and decorated with specimen trees and shrubs, some of them mature. The rectangular lawns are enclosed within straight gravel paths and decorated with occasional island beds; beech hedges screen part of the north-east and south-east sides of the Palace while further to the north-east a yew hedge provides the boundary between the pleasure grounds and the Warren. Bishop's Park to the south-west is screened by dense vegetation planted along the line of the moat. Facing the Palace, from across the c 1ha south-east lawn, is the walled kitchen garden.'
Bishop's Avenue, Fulham, London, Greater London, England, SW6 6EA
Entrance free all year, daily except 25th December and 1st January, Open 8am to dusk