Fulham is in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, southwest of Greater London. it falls on the north bank of the River Thames in between Putney and Chelsea.
More about Fulham
Fulham has a population of around 87, 161 people and is one of the 35 major centres in Greater London.
In 2007 Fulham was included in Savills list of “prime” London areas. Fulham is home to two football teams both Fulham FC and Chelsea just on the boarder.
Recently there has been a lot of interest in Fulham’s early history following a dig done at the Fulham Palace showing that 5,000 years ago Neolithic people were living by the riverside, the dig was carried out by Archaeological Rescue Group.
The travel links for Fulham are the London Overground on the West London Line with a selection of different buses that stop in Fulham.
Things to do
Fulham has a cinema complex which is part of the Fulham Broadway Centre. The Fulham town hall is now a popular venue for concerts, dances, mainly in the grand hall.
Fulham is in the city of London close to some of the best attractions in the UK. You can get can experience the making of Harry Potter or see stunning view from the London Eye.
Similar to all over London areas there are a selection of gastropubs. Some of the post popular pubs being The White Horse and The Durrell in Fulham and many more to choose from.
If you are looking for a fun day out with the kids then there are a variety of cool locations near to Fulham, such as Ripleys which is full of fun and exciting artifacts. You can also visit go on tours along the Thames or a variety of soft play areas to visit.