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  1. Discover Kingston Lacy, an opulent family home built to resemble a Venetian Palace. There’s plenty to see, from spectacular art to beautiful gardens and landscapes. Enjoy a summer picnic on the south lawn, or let little visitors run wild in the two play areas.

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  2. Kingston Lacy is a country house and estate near Wimborne Minster, Dorset, England. It was for many years the family seat of the Bankes family who lived nearby at Corfe Castle until its destruction in the English Civil War after its incumbent owners, Sir John Bankes and Dame Mary, had remained loyal to Charles I .

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  3. Kingston Lacy é um palácio rural e propriedade próximo de Wimborne Minster, Dorset, Inglaterra. Entre o século XVII e o final do XX (de 1663 a 1981) foi a sede da família Bankes, que já vivia anteriormente na região, no Corfe Castle , até à destruição daquele edifício durante a Guerra Civil Inglesa , depois dos seus ...

  4. I got in touch with the National Trust and also Channel 5 and also Kingston Lacy itself and I’ve just hit a blank wall. Also I tried Googling and couldn’t find any information about this. Does anyone know why the episode of Kingston Lacy was never broadcast and I know that the episode of Kingston Lady was made by Channel 5.

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  5. Kingston Lacy é um palácio rural e propriedade próximo de Wimborne Minster, Dorset, Inglaterra.

  6. 26 de out. de 2023 · But Kingston Lacy is much more than a house and art collection. It is a garden that was celebrated in the early 20th century as a horticultural masterpiece; an 18th-century parkland (now home to a herd of rare Red Devon cattle); and a living landscape rich in wildlife and nature, where tenanted farms meet pre-history at Badbury Rings.

  7. 21 de mai. de 2021 · Kingston Lacy history. The house at Kingston Lacy was originally built in the medieval period, used as a hunting lodge because of the large deer park to the northwest. Kingston Lacy was leased to those who were in favour with the reigning royals, including John Beaufort whose daughter Margaret, mother of Henry VII, grew up there.