An exhibition is running for people to find out more about plans to restore parts of Fulham Palace .
The £3.8 million project, which has already received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, will focus on bringing the iconic Tudor Quadrangle and key historic rooms, such as the Great Hall, back to life.
As well as conserving the building, the rooms will be dressed to show how the Bishops of London would have lived and worked at the Palace across the centuries.
The botanical gardens will also be enhanced including the re-establishing of some of the exotic species that were first introduced to Europe by the botanist and bishop Henry Compton in the late 17th and early 18th Century.
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The exhibition is being put on by Fulham Palace Trust and is running until Sunday (June 19), offering visitors the opportunity to see the plans, talk to the designers and share their thoughts.
The project is expected to be completed in late 2018, allowing visitors to see more rooms inside the palace.
It will also have an exhibition space which will offer an insight into over 1,300 years of British history, told for the first time through the personal insights of the Bishops of London who lived there.
This summer the venue will host music festivals for the first time in its history .