Pryor's Bank Gardens 8968

Fulham, England, Greater London

Brief Description

The east garden contains a fountain and modern statuary and to the west of the house are rising formal terraces with rose gardens and a memorial to local residents who fought in the Spanish Civil War in 1936-39.

History

Pryor's Bank house and garden was sold by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners to Fulham Vestry in 1894. The river wall was extended to the bridge and the area was cleared and laid out to extend Bishop's Park. A refreshment pavilion was built on the site of the house and the garden opened in 1900.

Visitor Facilities

020 7736 8140 The gardens are open from dawn to dusk. Please see: http://www.fulhampalace.org/
Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

020 7736 8140 The gardens are open from dawn to dusk. Please see: http://www.fulhampalace.org/

Directions

Tube: Putney Bridge (District). Bus: 14, 22, 74, 220, C4
History

Period

  • Early 20th Century (1901-1932)
References

Contributors

  • London Parks and Gardens Trust