Fulham is a famous city in South West London, England. Fulham is the part of London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. It is nearly 7 miles away from the Charing Cross.
Hammersmith, Kensington, Chelsea, Wandsworth, Putney, River Thames, Barn Elms are the surrounding cities of Fulham. According to the 2011 census Fulham had 87,161 population which may have increased by 5% to 10% by now. The current population could be just over 100,000.
Fulham also is known as “Fulanhamme,” which may mean signified land in River Bend “of Fowls or “mud.”
Dialling code of Fulham is 0207. SW10, SW5, SW6 the postal codes. Fulham is part of the London region.
This city has a history of industry and enterprise. Since the 15th century, Fulham had an industry like pottery, paper making, tapestry weaving. By 17th and 18th century Fulham started brewing as well making the city financially stronger.
The city got even better when the automotive industry, early aviation, laundries, and food production industries got started around the area.
The famous Fulham Football Club is based in Fulham, London. It was founded back in 1879. Fulham Club is renowned because they compete in the championship and they are the oldest FC from London who in the Football League.
Another biggest football club, Chelsea Football Club is also situated in Fulham. Chelsea has won eight FA Cups, five League Cups, six division titles and many more other titles, making them one of the best Football Club of England.
Hurlingham Club is known for the polo. The club is a social club since it holds a history dated back from 1860. It has a beautiful Georgian Clubhouse set in 42 acres of grounds.
Queen’s Tennis Club is famous for the pre- Wimbledon tennis tournament. This club is a private sporting club. Club boost rackets and squash courts.
Fulham nestles in a circle of the Thames over the river from Putney and Barnes. It sits the Wimbledon and Ealing/Richmond Broadway sections of the District line of the tube. The tube stations of Fulham are Parsons Green, Putney Bridge, Fulham Broadway (originally named as “Walham Green”), West Kensington (called initially “Fulham – North End”) and Baron’s Court.
The “London Overground West-London Line” stops at West Brompton. It is just inside the Fulham borough border. At “Imperial Wharf” in Fulham, Sands End. Until 1940 there was a Fulham and Chelsea railway station on this line. It was near to Stamford Bridge Stadium on Fulham Road. However, this was shut due to the World War II bomb damage.
Major trunk roads or urban routes cross the area. These roads are Talgarth Road (the A4 Road), Fulham Palace Road (the A218 Road), Fulham Road (the A219 Road), the New King’s Road (the A308 Road), Wandsworth Bridge Road (the A217 Road), Dawes Road (the A3219 Road) and the Lillie Road (A3218 road).
Fulham Palace is the Grade 1 listed building situated in Fulham London. It is standing alongside Bishops Park. The Church of England still owns the palace.
Back in 1975 Hammersmith Council leased the Fulham Palace for 100 years. The plan was to open a museum and art gallery. Palace is covered in 12 acres of land.
Fulham Palace was restored between 2006 and 2010 with a budget of around 12 million pounds. Palace has a vast collection of artworks, portraits, oil canvas. You can visit the palace for free of cost from the Fulham Palace Road.
Craven Cottage is a football stadium located in Fulham. Football ground has seatings of 25,700. Craven Cottage is located next to Bishops Park and is the home ground of Fulham Football Club since 1896.
FC is in SW6 London postcode and easily access from Putney Bridge. The field size is 100 x 65 metre.
Fulham Pottery was established in Fulham, London by John Dwight in the year 1672, at the junction of Burlington Road and New King’s Road. Pottery is famous for salt glaze pottery.
King’s Road was the especial Road used by King Charles II until 1830 to visit Kew. It stretches through Chelsea and Fulham. Kings is just 2 miles in length.
Bishops Park is a park located in Fulham at West London side. The London County Council started the park in the year 1893. It is situated on land which was given by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
It is listed as Grade II on the register of gardens and parks of historical interest. The park covers the north side of the River Thames from “All Saints church” along a wide tree-lined avenue as well as an embankment path beside the river and ends near the Bishop’s Park Road.
It contains bowling greens and tennis courts, including another small park area facing Fulham Palace Road. It is adjacent to Fulham Football club and Fulham Palace.
Chelsea Harbour is contemporary development in West London. It consists of Chelsea Harbour Marina, luxury apartments, Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, and the Chelsea Harbour Hotel. The harbour is in Hammersmith and Fulham County.
All Saints Church is one of the best attractions of Fulham. This church is close to Putney Bridge, and it is a Grade to Listed property. Putney Bridge is the only bridge which has church at both ends.
Houses on average are above a million pound. Flats were sold for around 700K and terraced house for approximately 1.4 million. Semi-detached houses were more expensive and going for over 2 million on average.
The crime rate in Fulham is not bad. Between April 2018 and March 2019 there was around 1400 reported crime. The worst crime is anti-social, and weapons crime was very low.
Since Fulham is a very developed city of London. There are many chooses of restaurants and high-end restaurants around the city. You will not be disappointed if you are visiting and trying to find an excellent place to enjoy delicious food and drinks.
Here are few best places where you can enjoy mouth-watering food.
Claude’s Kitchen is the modern British Restaurant at 51 Parsons Green Ln, Fulham, London SW6 4JA. You can make the booking at 02073718517. They are open between 4 PM until 12:30 AM
If you love Japanese delicacy, we recommend visiting Koji. Koji is situated at 58 New King’s Rd, Fulham, London SW6 4LS. You can contact them at 02077312520. They serve the best Koji Tacos, tempura, and wood oven baked Sea Bass for a decent price.
Are you the person who loves spices? Why not visit inventive Indian-Panjabi restaurant at 309 New King’s Rd, Fulham, London SW6 4RF. Opening hours at between 6 PM and 11 PM.
They have a delightful menu for an affordable price.
Pass Ciccia is an authentic Italian restaurant based at 41 Fulham High St, Fulham, London SW6 3JJ.
They have an excellent review on Google. You can book a table using their website https://www.opentable.co.uk/r/pappa-ciccia-munster-road-reservations-london/?restref=95514&corrid=88b252db-8583-4e79-89b5-d97277e5184b or by calling them. They have two branches, one at Munster Road Fulham and 2nd at High Street Fulham.
White Horse is one of the excellent pubs in the Fulham area. It has a beer garden and serves traditional British food.
Travel lodge Fulham is situated at 290-302 North End Road, Fulham, London, SW6 1NQ. This hotel is in the heart of the city and has an excellent link to Heathrow Airport and other parts of the city.
This stylish hotel is on Kings Road. It is within the walkable distance of Chelsea and Fulham Football Clubs. You can get a room for around £90/per night. Hotel is situated at
Imperial Road, London, SW6 2GA. You can call the hotel at 020 7411 2200
British Transport Police
Hammersmith Police Station, 31 Fulham Palace Rd, Hammersmith, London W6 8AU
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital
369 Fulham Rd, Chelsea, London SW10 9NH
Fulham Road Post Office
851 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5HJ
Fulham Fire Station
685 Fulham Rd, Fulham, London SW6 5UJ
Plumber Fulham Specialised Categories
Gutter Cleaning Service
Water Damage Restoration Service
Sutton Cricket Club
St Helier Hospital
St Anthony’s Hospital
Number One Thai Restaurant
Sofia Grill Restaurant
Bars and Pubs:
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