The stunning location of Fulham Palace makes for the ultimate setting for a night of cinema under the stars.
Fulham Palace has served as the residence of the Bishops of London for over 12 centuries. The palace sits in extensive botanical gardens and boasts the largest moat in England. The palace houses a museum and art gallery, and the grounds contain some of the oldest trees in London.
This summer we invite you to join us for some classic films on our huge screen, with the palace and grounds providing a gorgeous backdrop for an unforgettable open air cinema experience.
Food will be available from our gourmet partners on-site.
Fulham Palace, Bishop’s Ave, London SW6 6EA
The screen will be located within the Walled Garden.
Access to the screening is via Bishop’s Avenue.
Travelling by Car: There is no public parking on-site, however there is ample parking on Bishop’s Avenue which is in controlled parking zone Y. Parking meters operate from 9am – 5pm Monday to Saturday. Please refer to local signage for charges.
Parking on Match Days:
When Fulham Football Club are playing, special restrictions apply:
9am to 9.30pm, Monday to Sunday (including bank holidays)
On match days, there is a 1-hour maximum stay for pay and display for the whole day.
Dates of matches are displayed on pay and display machines, on the council’s website and on Controlled Zone entry signs
For further information see match day parking restrictions on London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham website
Public Transport: Putney Bridge Underground station (District Line) is approximately eight minute walk. Shortest distance on foot is to follow the Thames Path west along the river through Bishop’s Park, midway through the Park is the Bishop’s Avenue gate, exit through gate and immediately right into Fulham Palace grounds.
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