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Historic house with a stunning walled garden to walk through. There is a cafe in the palace and a natural play area for kids.
Fulham Palace was the episcopal retreat of the Bishops of London. The present building was built in Tudor times, with later significant Georgian and Victorian additions. It would be more accurate to call it a manor house than a palace, but it gives a fine glimpse into the changing lifestyles and…
“Fulham Palace – was once enclosed by the largest moated site in England. Its Great Hall dates from 1495. You can visit the Palace and gardens five afternoons a week and admission is free”
It's really interesting. From around 700 it served as a Bishop's residence for over 12 centuries.
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