Leafy Victoria Park is a classic late Victorian urban public park, opened in 1897 and named in honour of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. The park is a popular local facility boasting an Edwardian drinking fountain canopy, recently installed replica bandstand, … Continue reading
Opened in 1894, Roath Park is one of the most important late Victorian public parks in Wales. The park retains much of its original character and setting with many fine trees and a heated conservatory. Roath Park Lake, home to … Continue reading
The focus of the 340-acre country park is a 36-acre lake surrounded by woodland and meadows. The Countryside Centre hosts the Lakeside licensed restaurant. The park is a base for adventure activities, has numerous cycling routes and hire, golf facilities. a caravan and campsite, picnic areas, playground, orienteering courses and nature trails.