Glen Clyde House

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The Kingdom Gallery at Glen Clyde House.

Our heritage-listed building plays an important role in Tasmanian arts and crafts. Glen Clyde House is found on the outskirts of Hamilton, a quiet picturesque village and gateway to the Central Highlands just one hour from Hobart on the way to the west coast. It’s a perfect stop to enjoy the artworks or to enjoy a cuppa and light meal in idyllic surrounds. 
Glen Clyde House was constructed in 1840. Originally a private residence the house then became a coaching inn. Many of the original features can still be seen in both the gallery and café. Ask our staff when you’re here and we’ll be happy to point out the finer points of the building’s history.
Glen Clyde House welcomes you to come to our recently refurbished gallery where you will find the practical, the quirky, and the unusual in art and craft from across Tasmania. We currently have the work of more than 30 artisans represented and the number continues to increase as the work of former and new artisans is added. 
We’re located on the Lyell Highway, less than 30 minutes drive from New Norfolk in the historic town of Hamilton.
From late September through to early May the gallery and café in Glen Clyde House is open for visits.