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.
Things maybe a bit different
The safety of staff, volunteers and visitors is our priority, therefore we will be introducing social distancing measures including:
- Where necessary, we will limit the flow of people coming into our shops to ensure they don’t get too busy.
- Hand sanitiser will be available for customers and colleagues to use, as well as extra cleaning products to wipe baskets.
- Protective screens at till points.
- Where possible, we will create separate entrances and exits, so that it’s easier to keep a safe distance from other customers.
- Our staff and signs will reinforce these safety measures.
What's new this autumn?
With the sight of daffoldils and the buzzing wildlife, spring is certainly beginning to bloom. Our new collection bursts with colour, spring scents and elegent textures, highlighting how nature's waterways nourish and inspire us. Pop into the shop to browse our range of home furnishings, fashion accessories, kitchen ceramics and tempting seasonal food and drink.
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 plant collection or buy some bulbs to add some colour to your garden in the spring.
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.