Following a major restoration project, Fulham Palace will be officially reopening on 25 May with a
brand new museum, a painstakingly restored Tudor courtyard and expanded collection of historically
significant plants.

The newly restored Palace is the result of a £3.8 million project, including £1.9m from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, to revitalise the Palace and help more people discover its
long and varied history.

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The Palace reopens on 25 May, and on 26 May the Palace will host a Free Tudor Fun Day where
visitors will be encouraged to dress up, make music, create a May crown or a suncatcher and keep
their eyes peeled for Katherine of Aragon, who may be making an appearance!