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. The terrace converted Kinston Lacy from the Serpentine Style to the Landscape Style.
National collection Anemones, carpets of snowdrops throughout February.
Wimborne, Dorset, England, BH21 4EA
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