Kibble Palace (1873)

This is an 'A' listed 19th century, curvilinear iron structure of exquisite design and form. Originally owned by John Kibble, an engineer with wide interests and some eccentricities, his private conservatory was moved to its present site in 1873. The main conservatory: 150ft (46m) in diameter, is spanned by a saucer-shaped dome with cupola.

The Kibble Place was closed in 2003 in advance of a multimillion pound restoration. This was completed in 2006 and the glasshouse re-opened to the public on St Andrews day that year.