The Garden Landscape Guide

Kingston Lacy Garden

A seventeenth century house (by Ralph Banks) which was altered by Sir Charles Barry in the nineteenth century. It has a terrace with urns and vases overlook a vast lawn. There is also a Victorian fernery, a cedar walk, a lime avenue and a sunken garden which was made in 1906.

Wimbourne, Dorset, England, BH21 4EA

All year. Late March to October daily. Weekends in winter. Open 10:30am to 6pm (4pm in winter).

Adult £5.00

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Reviews

  • over 3 years by Katrina Underwood 3 / 5

    Gardens are worth a visit in early spring to see the snowdrops
  • over 5 years by pete 2 / 5

    The house holds a fine art collection, the garden alas is not a match.

    there are formal lawns, and a restored Japanese tea garden.

    there are walks through the estate which includes Badbury Hill Fort

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Bamboo and Snowdrops, Kingston Lacy Garden Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood
Statue, Kingston Lacy Photograph © Athanasius
Kingston Lacy, Dorset Photograph © leo_leibovici
Kingston Lacy Garden, February 2011 Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood
Snowdrop, Kingston Lacy Garden Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood