This small, formal garden, laid out in traditional ‘parterre’ style, provides a welcome refuge from surrounding traffic.
Gorsedd Gardens is an attractive, informal garden located directly in front of the National Museum.
A fine surviving example of an Edwardian public park.
A small, quiet formal park in the suburb of Llanrumney, dating from the 1950's.
A large area of open grassland, wetland and playing fields near Cardiff Bay.
This grade 2 listed country park is situated on the northern fringes of Cardiff.
Occupying a central position on the Taff Valley, Hailey Park lies just north of Llandaff and provides a range of sports and play facilities.
Once part of Cardiff’s ‘Great Heath’, Heath Park is now an important ‘green lung’ for Cardiff’s northern suburbs.
Roath Park, opened in 1894, is Cardiff's most popular public park and still retains its classic Victorian atmosphere and layout.
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