Whether you want to go to watch a football match or indulge yourself with a delicious meal in one of it’s wide range of pubs, restaurants or cafes – Hammersmith and Fulham are the right places to fulfill your appetite for a local life!
Why we love Hammersmith and Fulham
Life on two wheels
We’ve put together our favourite springtime cycle routes through London – whether you’re after a late-night ride or just want to escape the afternoon traffic.
We asked the team: London’s best bar?
London’s nightlife and bars are too numerous to count, but there’s always something new out there. So we asked the team about their favourite bars in the city.
Food and drink
The restaurant scene has arrived with a bang in recent years in Fulham, while along the river there has long been a stream of beautiful and relaxing pubs, including by the Fuller’s brewery itself:
Culture and events
Fulham Palace served as the former official home of the Bishop of London that is now a museum and the ground is divided in an allotment and a botanical garden:
- Fulham Palace
- Lyric Theatre
- Outdoor cinema (spring-summer period)
- Parkrun 5km every Saturday, Bishop’s Park
- Live Wimbledon in Lyric Square, Hammersmith
Independent boutiques and high-quality merchants are found in abundance near Parsons Green, while Fulham has all the essentials for your stay:
- Shops on Putney High Street
- Vintage shops on Fulham High Street
- King’s Mall shopping centre, Hammersmith
- Westfield Shopping Centre, Shepherd’s Bush
Both Hammersmith and Fulham are perfect for a part of London where there is a true mix of locals and tourists, with many parks and attractions for the kids: