Fulham is a place for individualists where small and specialist shops predominate, from antiques to Harley Davidson motorcycles, dazzling lights to designer fashions.
There is a superb range of speciality food shops, stocked with fresh produce from Britain and mouth-watering goodies from more exotic parts of the world.
High street shoppers can find plenty of familiar stores in the Fulham Broadway Centre. Located in the heart of Fulham it has an excellent selection of shops as well as a 9 screen cinema, luxury health club and restaurants.
Fulham’s many eateries leave visitors spoilt for choice.
The area is home to a number of traditional pubs and gastro pubs, cafés, bars and restaurants offering an extensive range to suit all tastes and budgets.
The varied nightlife includes theatres, live pub music and late-night clubs. For sport fans there is the opportunity to see two top flight football teams, with Chelsea playing locally at Stamford Bridge stadium, and Fulham playing home games at Craven Cottage.
Residential roads in Fulham are tree lined, often with houses painted in different pastel shades. Young professionals and families are attracted to the area which has an excellent choice of local schools, both state and independent, and benefits from good transport links both into and out of London, making Fulham one of the capital's most desirable areas in which to reside.
Places of interest
- Hurlingham Club and Park
- Fulham Palace
- Stamford Bridge
- Bishop’s Park
- All Saint’s Church
- Craven Cottage
Hammersmith & Fulham Council
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