Camphill House

Located at the western end of Queen's Park in Glasgow's southside, Camphill House was built in 1818 as a classic mansion house, in the style of David Hamilton. From 1895 and for a century, it was used as a museum, latterly to house the Museum of Costume. It has subsequently been converted into flats.

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