Ready to discover Fulham with this insider’s guide? This riverside area of London is filled with brilliant things to see and do, as well as plenty of excellent restaurants, bars, and hotels. Let’s explore.
Situated in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, this leafy area borders Hammersmith and Chelsea, with great connections to Putney just over the bridge and the rest of the capital.
Today, Fulham may be known for its footballing connections and large parks, but it has had a long history with tapestry, paper-making, and brewing throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. In fact, this transformed in later years into a heavy involvement in the motor and aviation industries.
It’s an often overlooked corner of the capital, though, with all of its cool cafes, independent shops, and brilliant pubs, you would be a fool to skip out on exploring Fulham.
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Practical Tips for Exploring Fulham
- Fulham is serviced by plenty of stations – most of which are on the District Line (Putney Bridge, Parsons Green, and Fulham Broadway). You can also take the DLR to/from Imperial Wharf and West Brompton.
- If you’re a Chelsea fan, staying in West Brompton near Stamford Bridge is ideal.
- Remember to carve out some time on your trip to tackle a portion of the Thames Walk – it’s beautiful (and lined with some cracking pubs).
Where to Stay in Fulham
A light and spacious apartment decorated with Japandi flair. The perfect base for exploring Fulham.
The Wolfpack Inn
A charming country pub near Stamford Bridge with rustic decor and eclectic rooms. There’s a great bar downstairs.