Stamford Bridge Visit Stamford Bridge the home of Chelsea FC

Chelsea football stadium, London

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club, is located in Chelsea. It’s actually located in Fulham, SW6.

Stamford Bridge is just outside of Chelsea, approximately a 20 minute (1 mile) walk from King’s Road, and if you’re eager to go and view the stadium, take a look online as Groupon usually have discounted tickets.

Bishop’s Park Farmers and Fine Foods Market Fill the Fridge at the Organic Farmer’s Market

The Bishop’s Park Farmers and Fine Foods Market has locally sourced, organic fruit, veg and produce.

Trading every Sunday (10am-2pm) it’s a great way to spend the last day of the week.

If you’re a cheese fanatic then head to the Bath Soft Cheese stall, honestly, their soft cheese is just un-brie-lievable.

Craven Cottage Meet Your Match at the Football

Your perfect match can be found in Fulham, and when I say match I mean football match, of course. Fulham is famous for its football and is the home to Fulham FC. Craven Cottage Stadium has been home to Fulham FC since 1896 with their biggest rivals Chelsea just a stone’s throw away at Stamford Bridge Stadium, Fulham Road.

Fulham Palace Absorb the Local History on a Guided Tour at Fulham Palace

To make the most of past and present visit the Fulham Palace and Gardens and book onto a guided tour.

The Palace is one of London’s most interesting historical buildings as it’s made up of Tudor, Georgian and Victorian architecture.

Since about 700, it was home to the Bishop of London, providing a retreat in the warm summer months.

Lillie Road Decorate Your Home with Antiques from Lillie Road

As one of London’s best destinations for antique shopping Lillie Road is all about out with the new and in with the old. With handpicked stock changing regularly they’re an interior designer’s dusty dream.

There are a whopping 19, yeah 19, antique shops running up and down this street. There is something for every taste, with lighting, furniture and even taxidermy.

North End Road Immerse Yourself in the Hustle and Bustle of North End Road

North End Road is where Fulham really comes to life. It’s known for being a little bit rough around the edges, but that’s all part of its charm.

Apart from the bookies, chicken shops and restaurants lining the street, it’s the market, which runs Monday to Saturday 8am – 6pm, which gives the place its atmosphere.

Traders offer everything from food, to clothing, to household items.

Fulham Broadway Retail Centre Make Use of a Rainy Afternoon at Fulham Broadway Retail Centre

When the heavens open and the sun ain’t out to play this retail centre is a great shout.

It may not be the quirkiest destination on the list, but it could be considered one of the most important: it’s also the entrance to Fulham Broadway Underground Station.

There are 14 popular retail stores, consisting of supermarkets, restaurants and coffee shops.

You can even catch a film at the Vue Cinema and if you’re still hungry after your Nando’s then the confectionary there is absolutely poppin’.

Jerdan Place Meander Down Jerdan Place

Just two ticks away from Fulham Broadway station is Jerdan Place, a quaint and charming little road. The cobbled street, small shops and independent cafes will make you feel like you’ve stumbled upon village life.

It’s an ideal place for a Sunday morning, but don’t leave it too late, it tends to get quite busy with locals nursing hangovers and searching for their coffee fix.

Bishops Park Visit the Beach in Bishops Park

Bishops Park is located in Fulham and provides a range of leisure amenities by the Thames. Boasting a tranquil ornamental lake and a unique urban beach area, Bishops Park is a popular and well-used space. The water play area opens during the Summer and is suitable for all ages.

Tennis, basketball, bowling, table tennis and skating can all be enjoyed here, as can river side walks and strolls across the meadows. Relax in a choice of garden spaces including the Spanish War memorial garden, the sculpture garden and the rose garden.

Roca London Gallery Discover and Learn About Sustainable Products at the Roca London Gallery

The Roca London Gallery is a stylish celebration of design, innovation and sustainability. The displays and exhibitions are based around Spanish specialist bathroom brand Roca’s core business ethics. The gallery located in Chelsea hosts social and cultural events all year round.

The interior of the gallery is a stunning space designed by Zaha Hadid. The flow of the multi-functional space is inspired by the movement of water. This is a modern gallery where business meets art as the themes of design, innovation, sustainability and wellness going forward are explored.