The shop at Kingston Lacy

omething to suit every taste in the shop at Kingston Lacy

Situated in the original kitchen block dating from 1776, the shop contains many original features including a rare example of a charcoal fired range installed in the 1780s. This provides a magnificent setting to look at our beautifully themed accessories which offer year-round inspiration for gifts and souvenirs, for you, your home or someone special.

What's new this summer?

Our summer range designs explore softened interpretations of meadow flowers in the height of activity. Seed heads, grasses and scatterings of micro flora inspire textured prints whilst overhead views of meadow structures and contoured views of layered landscapes create a backdrop of colour. Pop into the shop to browse the full range.

Items from the spring range at Kingston Lacy
Items from the summer range at Kingston Lacy
Items from the spring range at Kingston Lacy

Our garden shop offers a great range of products and gifts, stocking everything from gardening tools, books and decorations.

Treat yourself to a little memory of your visit to the garden with our spring bulb collection. Why not add some colour to your garden with our daffodils, hellebores and irises.

Which is your favourite bloom?
Summer flowers for sale in the shop at Kingston Lacy in Dorset
Which is your favourite bloom?

Help us in conserving our peat bogs – one of our most valuable yet vulnerable natural habitats - by wandering through our selection of vibrant plants and picking up something for your garden.  All the plants we sell are grown in peat free compost.

We support local makers

Supporting local businesses, we have a range of products from Dorset including honey made from our own bees when in season.

Other local ranges include Cranborne Chase Cider, items by Kevin Williamson, local artist and ceramics by local potter, Hayley Potter.

National Trust jam

Meet the maker events

Meet the local craftspeople and creators who supply the Kingston Lacy shop. From jewellers, to local food producers and makers of artisan soaps, there's something for everyone.